Why Minor in RES?
Why minor in Race and Ethnicity Studies (RES)?
- Because the RES minor brings together students and faculty dedicated to examining historical and contemporary racial issues.
- Using analytical tools developed in a range of academic disciplines, including those in the fine arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences, the RES minor complements, enriches, and extends any major or minor at Southwestern.
- Additionally, minoring in RES provides students with important resources, skills, and perspectives that will prove crucial in a wide variety of careers, including business, marketing, education, law, social work, technology, medicine, the arts, communication studies, nonprofits, and government agencies.