|Code Number||Hours||Name of the Course|
|EDUC 873||3||Race, Ethnicity and Gender in Higher Education
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.
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