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With a minor in Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, you'll learn from expert faculty in disciplines like psychology, arts and music, political science, journalism, history and many more, providing a variety of options for future career endeavors. CRES compliments almost any major, helping you develop new perspectives for the public good.

Joining the Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Minor

Minor Requirements

The CRES minor is 20 credits. Students will select courses from several of the disciplines participating in the minor, with required exposure to at least three different disciplines. Eight of the credits toward the minor must be 2000-level or above.

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CRES Courses

To find current course offerings that count toward the Critical Race & Ethnic Studies minor, go to the online schedule of classes in PioneerWeb and search with “Critical Race & Ethnic Studies” in the attribute field.

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Declaring the Minor

To declare your minor in CRES, fill out the Application to declare or change Undergraduate Degree/Major/Minor form, which can be found on the Registrar's website. Then turn in your form to the Office of the Registrar in University Hall.

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Academic Advising

Advisors help you reach your academic goals. Find your advisor and develop your academic plan through the Office of Academic Advising.

Learn more about how a minor in Critical Race and Ethnics Studies can fit into your goals by contacting Elizabeth Escobedo.

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Financial Aid

Both the University of Denver and the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences offer financial aid. Fill out the FAFSA to begin applying for aid.

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