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EDUC 873. Race, Ethnicity and Gender in Higher Education

Credits: 3

Prerequisites: Graduate standing.

Provides a view of the sociological and psychological issues affecting African Americans, Asian Americans, Latinos/as (Hispanics), Native Americans, and women in higher education. Topics include the racial and gender stratification of the higher education system and the emergence of institutions that serve special populations, a critical review of research on minority and women’s achievement, research on women and minority faculty, campus race relations, and controversies in the policies and discourse regarding cultural diversity.

Terms Faculty Syllabus
Fall 2014
EDUC 873. Race, Ethnicity and Gender in Higher Education

Winter 2016 Phillip J. Bowman
EDUC 873. Race, Ethnicity and Gender in Higher Education

Fall 2016 Phillip J. Bowman
EDUC 873. Race, Ethnicity and Gender in Higher Education

Fall 2017 Phillip J. Bowman
EDUC 873. Race, Ethnicity and Gender in Higher Education

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