Undergraduate

Racial and Ethnic Studies

The minor in Racial and Ethnic Studies addresses how racial and ethnic categories are created, maintained, and transformed. Students will learn about race and ethnicity from different scholarly perspectives to develop a deeper understanding of these phenomena--an expectation that is essential part of a Catholic liberal arts education at Assumption.

Racial and Ethnic Studies Program

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Minor


Admission Deadline

Early Decision: November 15

Early Action: November 15

Early Action II: December 15

Regular Decision: February 15


School

D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences


Department

Sociology and Criminology

Program Contact

Steven D. Farough, Ph.D

Associate Professor of Sociology, Director of Racial and Ethnic Studies
508-767-7242 Kennedy Memorial Hall - Room 214

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