This 12-credit doctoral minor is for anyone interested in studying race and racism within educational contexts. The minor is inter-departmental, involving faculty and course options from across the School of Education. Students take one core course and then select the remaining courses in accordance with their interests.
Students from within and outside the School of Education are welcome to take this minor. Students from within the School of Education must select a minor advisor from outside their program area.
The doctoral minor in Race and Racism in Education does not require a minor qualifying exam.