All Cross-Published Courses
What are cross-published courses?
Cross-published courses may count for credit in multiple disciplines, but have subject codes specific to one. For example, in Spring 2018, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies offered the course WGS 399 – Black Feminist Theory, taught by Professor Roach. Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies cross-published this course in classes.uoregon.edu and it counted toward achieving an ES major or minor. It appeared in a search in the drop-down menu under “ES” on classes.uoregon.edu . There are a few restrictions to cross-published course credits explained below.
Why choose cross-published courses?
Ethnic studies originated in the interdisciplinary and comparative study of ethnicity, indigeneity, race, and racism in the United States. Due to its interdisciplinary roots, Ethnic Studies scholarship occasionally overlaps with other disciplines. The Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies Department has carefully chosen the cross-published courses listed below for students to consider while pursuing their Ethnic Studies major or minor. It has been determined that the content of these courses is satisfactory in the standards of the Department and will count for credit when pursuing both a major and minor. Click here to see the major and minor requirements for obtaining an Ethnic Studies degree. A maximum of 12 credits in cross-published courses may be applied to a major in Ethnic Studies, and a maximum of 6 for the minor.
|Fall 2013||17431||ENG 360||African American Writers||N/A|
|Fall 2013||15365||MUS 15365||Lynn Fujiwara||Hip-Hop: History, Culture and Aesthetic||N/A|
|Fall 2013||15365||MUS 360||Lynn Fujiwara||Hip-Hop: History, Culture and Aesthetic||N/A|
|Fall 2013||18138||PHIL 451||Native American Philosophy||N/A|
|Fall 2013||16939||PHIL 452||Philosophy and Race||N/A|
|Fall 2013||18139||PHIL 551||Native American Philosophy||N/A|
|Fall 2013||16980||SOC 452||Jessica Vasquez-Tokos||Migration of Time and Place||N/A|
|Fall 2013||16982||SOC 552||Jessica Vasquez-Tokos||Migration of Time and Place||N/A|