The Department of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies offers undergraduate majors and minors in comparative ethnic studies and women's studies, as well as a minor in queer studies.
The curriculum engages students in thinking and communicating critically and analytically, thereby preparing them to continue learning in a rapidly changing technological and global world.
Our graduates can apply their education in any number of occupations in corporate America, service industries, teaching, employment abroad, and politics. CCGRS degrees also provide excellent preparation for advanced educational programs, including law, counseling, and medicine.
Most importantly, CCGRS prepares students to live and work in an increasingly global and diverse world, and to critically and actively engage in their civic responsibilities.