The Master of Arts in Ethnic Studies is collectively administered by the College of Ethnic Studies at-large. Departments within the College include: Race and Resistance Studies, Africana Studies, American Indian Studies, Asian American Studies and Latina/Latino Studies.

All full-time tenured/tenure track faculty are available to serve as thesis advisors (tenured/tenure-track faculty are identified by the titles Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor). College of Ethnic Studies faculty critically utilize and analyze the theoretical, methodological and conceptual tools of several disciplines including but not limited to sociology, anthropology, psychology, education, communication, mixed race studies, diaspora studies, and sexuality studies.

For more details regarding faculty research interests, visit:

Africana Studies

American Indian Studies

Asian American Studies

Latina/Latino Studies

Race and Resistance Studies

For more information about the M.A. in Ethnic Studies program, please contact Graduate Coordinator Jason Ferreira at cheo@sfsu.edu.