Coordinator-Kardaras, Sociology and Criminology
Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary program, incorporating such areas of study as art, communication theory, literary/textual criticism, history, nursing, performance, philosophy, political science, psychology, religion, and sociology. The cultural study minors provide students with the opportunity to examine past and present connections among individual identity, communities, societies, cultures, and systems of power. Additionally, students will explore the ways in which people come to understand and respond to perceived differences among groups. All minors require an internship and/or individual study in a subject area related to the minor. An internship adds a valuable experiential component to the academic requirements. The city of Columbus provides a variety of opportunities for internship experiences.
Cultural Study Minors:
- African American / African Studies
- Ethnic Studies
- Gender and Women’s Studies