The Master of Arts in critical ethnic studies examines the systematic marginalization of racial minorities in the urban United States and the global implication of these structures. Students study how racialized groups use art, culture, political organization and other forms of social citizenship to respond to and counter these forces.
Pursue graduate work in Critical Mixed Race Studies under DePaul Universityâ€™s new MA in Critical Ethnic Studies. DePaul is currently accepting applications for the first cohort of graduate students to begin in Fall of 2015.
The program takes an interdisciplinary approach â€“ the only one of its kind in the U.S. â€“ in which students take courses across a number of academic departments. Furthermore, DePaulâ€™s Chicago location allows students to take advantage of the cityâ€™s rich resources for research and collaboration with non-profit organizations, presenting opportunity to develop community engaged scholarship. Our graduates leave with a broad-based, highly relevant education making them competitive candidates for careers in social justice advocacy, community-based organizing, urban planning, and higher education.
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