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Ethnic Studies

Legacy and Leadership: The Long Beach Ethnic Studies Program

 

The district is proud to collaborate with Cal State Long Beach in offering free dual enrollment Ethnic Studies Courses to Long Beach Unified 10th, 11th and 12th graders.  Students who successfully complete courses earn both Long Beach Unified and CSULB credit toward graduation.  

The primary course, US Diversity and the Ethnic Experience, is a survey of four major ethnic groups (Native American, African American, Chicano/Latino American and Asian American) from the earliest periods of Native American history, through migrations to the Americas, into the present conditions of U.S. society.  Special attention is given to the formation and transformation of each ethnic group and their individual and collective roles in the development of the United States.

Additional classes may be available for students that complete the primary course and wish to gain deeper knowledge in the specified content areas. 


 Sign up for Spring 2020 Ethnic Studies


Spring 2020 Calendar - Saturday mornings from 9:00-12:15

  • Feb 1 - Class in Session
  • Feb 8 - Class in Session
  • Feb 22 - Class in Session
  • Feb 29 - Class in Session
  • Mar 7 - Class in Session
  • Mar 14 - Class in Session
  • Mar 21 - Class in Session
  • Mar 28 - Class in Session
  • Apr 4 - Class in Session
  • Apr 25 - Class in Session
  • May 2 - Class in Session
  • May 9 - Field trip to CSULB
  • May 16 - Class in Session

Frequently Asked Questions

Visit the CSULB site for answers to the following F.A.Q.'s

Will this credit transfer to any university?

What is dual-enrollment?

How do I drop or withdraw from the course?  What is the difference?

How do I transfer credit to my high school school and college?

How do I log onto MyCSULB?

What is Title IX?

What if I receive an email with an alert and I don't know what to do?

Will I receive a CSULB Student ID Card?

Will I have access to campus resources?  



Student Voices: The Long Beach Ethnic Studies Program