The Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Ethnic Studies at Washington State University is an interdisciplinary program that provides students with a comprehensive education in the history, identity, culture, and experience of diverse ethnic groups. Through coursework and experiential learning opportunities, students will have the opportunity to explore how race, ethnicity, and other factors shape identity and influence power dynamics within society. The 3-year degree program covers topics such as critical race theory, immigration policy, language studies, civil rights movements, and social justice. Graduate of this program will be well-equipped to pursue careers in fields such as law, education, public policy or nonprofit/social services where their knowledge can be applied to create meaningful change and foster inclusion. With a strong emphasis on social justice and human rights issues, this unique program offers students an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become active agents for positive change in their communities.