RIM 378 RIM 378. Capstone Seminar. 3 Hours.
Identify a research question and conduct a semester-long research project on a specific issue related to race, indigeneity and migration. Examine an overview of the major theoretical and methodological schools of thought across the fields of racial and ethnic studies, indigenous studies and migration studies. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: Race, Indigeneity, and Migration 350 and upper-division standing.
Three semester hours of Race, Indigeneity, and Migration 301 Six semester hours of gateway courses: Three hours of Historical Foundations chosen from African and African Diaspora Studies 301 , Asian American Studies 301 , American Studies 315O , History 317L (Topic 8: Introduction to Native American Histories), Mexican American Studies 301 , Women's and Gender Studies 303 , or 305 Three hours of Race, Indigeneity, and Migration 350 Nine semester hours, chosen from an approved list, in one of the following tracks. At least three of these hours must include a course that offers training in "tools": Critical and comparative race Migration and refugee flows Indigeneity Gender, Sexuality and Justice Teaching Race, Indigeneity, and Migration Six additional semester hours, chosen from any course offered from any of the tracks listed above Three hours of the capstone course Race, Indigeneity, and Migration 378