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Asian and Asian American Studies (AAS)
The minor in Asian and Asian American studies offers students an opportunity to study Asian cultures and the histories and experiences of communities of Asian descent residing in the U.S. (See for course information.) Program coordinator: Charlotte Brooks Tansen Sen (Department of History; telephone: 646-312-4340) and Carla Bellamy (Department of Sociology and Anthropology; telephone: 646-312-44824319; tansen.sen@baruch.cuny.edu).

Black and Latino Studies (BLS/LTS)
This minor explores the social, political, and economic history of Black and Latino peoples throughout the world from ancient to modern times. (See for course information.) Program coordinator: Vilna Treitler Regina Bernard (Department of Black and Latino Studies; telephone: 646-312-4448; Regina.Bernard@baruch.cuny.edu).

Environmental Sustainability (ENV)
The minor in environmental sustainability is an interdisciplinary program suitable for both business and liberal arts students who have an interest in developing a critical understanding of interactions between human society and the broader global ecosystem. The program emphasizes economic, legal, and philosophical issues of environmental sustainability. (See for course information.) Program co-coordinator: Chester Zarnoch (Department of Natural Sciences; telephone: 646-660-6239; Chester.Zarnoch@baruch.cuny.edu).

Film Studies (FLM)

The minor in film studies provides an interdisciplinary approach to the study of film as a vital expression of 20th-century art and culture. Courses are offered in history, aesthetics, theory and criticism, and production. (See for course information.) Program coordinator: Isolina Ballesteros (Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature; telephone: 646-312-4225; Isolina.Ballesteros@baruch.cuny.edu).

Information Technology and Social Responsibility (CIS)
The minor in information technology and social responsibility studies the effects of new technologies on the individual, the workplace, and society at large. In this program of study students will examine the increasing importance of individual and organizational social responsibility in today's interconnected and computer-mediated environment, as well as the specific issues that stand at the intersection of social responsibility and information technology. (See for course information.) Program coordinator: Nanda Kumar (Department of Statistics and Computer Information Systems; telephone: 646-312-3403; nanda.kumar@baruch.cuny.edu).

Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LACS)
The minor in Latin American and Caribbean studies exposes students to cross-cultural and professional opportunities through courses that explore the historical, political, cultural, and socioeconomic conditions in the region. (See for course information.) Program coordinator: Elena Martínez (Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature; telephone: 646-312-4210).

Law and Policy (LAW)
The minor in law and policy examines the legal system from various liberal arts perspectives. The program emphasizes philosophical, historical, sociological, and political insights about law and individual rights. (See for course information.) Program coordinator: Matthew Edwards (Department of Law; telephone: 646-312-3580; Matthew.Edwards@Baruch.cuny.edu).

Religion and Culture (REL)
The minor in religion and culture offers students the opportunity to study the religions of man from the earliest times to the present and how they have shaped and been shaped by the forces of history. (See for course information.) Program coordinator: Michael Plekon Kenneth Guest (Department of Sociology/Anthropology; telephone: 646-312-44724477; ken.guest@baruch.cuny.edu).

Women's and Gender Studies (WSM)
The minor in women's and gender studies provides students with a deeper understanding of womens individual and collective experi - ences as well as knowledge of womens diverse contributions to their societies. (See for course information.) Program coordinator: Katherine Pence (Department of History; telephone: 646-312-4332; Katherine.Pence@baruch.cuny.edu).

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Interdisciplinary Minor with Honors in New York City Studies

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The Arts in New York City

3 hours; 3 credits

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IDC 1002

Chase Interdisciplinary Seminar I

3 hours; 3 credits

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IDC 2002

Chase Interdisciplinary Seminar II

4 hours; 4 credits

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IDC 3001H

The Peopling of New York

3 hours; 3 credits

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IDC 3002H

Science and Technology in New York City

3 hours; 3 credits

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IDC 4001H

New York in the Twenty-First Century

3 hours; 3 credits

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IDC 4050H

Feit Interdisciplinary Humanities Seminar

3 hours; 3 credits

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Globalizations: Past, Present, and Future

3 hours; 3 credits

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IDC 6001H

Interdisciplinary Honors Thesis I

3-4 hours; 3-4 credits

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IDC 6002H

Interdisciplinary Honors Thesis II

3-4 hours; 3-4 credits

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