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2024-25 Catalog 
    
2024-25 Catalog

Comparative Race and Ethnicity Studies with a Concentration in Anthropology


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(Requirements for the CRES major with a concentration in anthropology are listed below. Follow this link for the CRES Minor  requirements.)

Students must complete all of the following requirements to graduate with a bachelor of arts in this program. Some courses may apply toward multiple requirements.

College Requirements:

Degree Requirements   

Students are required to complete all standard college requirements.

Major Requirements:


This major requires a curriculum proposal with a course plan approved by the CRES committee and the advisor in the department of concentration.

Total major units: 15-17, depending on language proficiency

Two Disciplinary Units from Distribution Group I:


One unit from the following CRES-foundational or CRES-designated courses (CRES-foundational courses cross-listed as “CRES”):


English

One additional unit in the same subject as above


Two Disciplinary Units from Distribution Group II:


One additional CRES-foundational unit from:


Seven Units of Anthropology, Including:


Proficiency in a non-English language, demonstrated by one of the following:


  • Successful completion of Reed language courses:
    ⇒ Two units at a second-year level,
    OR
    ⇒ One unit at a higher level;
  • Committee approval of language courses taken elsewhere, which may include:
    ⇒ Successful completion of language courses taken in secondary (high) school or at another college/university,
    AND/OR
    ⇒ Successful completion of a language placement examination at Reed;
  • Committee approval following an assessment of language proficiency in a non-english language, including heritage languages, commensurate with at least two years of college-level coursework.

Junior year requirements:


Recommended but Not Required:


CRES explicitly focuses on the comparative study of race and ethnicity across borders and boundaries. Consequently, the committee strongly recommends as many of the following as possible:

  • One or more units of CRES courses with an explicit comparative/transnational element.
  • Study abroad.

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