Latino/a and Mexican-American Studies - Minor

The College of Liberal Arts offers a minor in Latino/a and Mexican-American Studies.

Select at least six hours from the following 1,26
Latino/a Literature
Borderlands: U.S. and Mexico
Latino Communities of the U.S.
Introduction to Latino/Mexican American Studies
Latino Politics in the United States
Sociology of Latinos
U.S. Hispanic Writers
Select the remaining hours from the following: 29
Africana Humanities
Archaeology of the American Southwest
Gender, Race and Media
Geography of Latin America
Spanish and Spanish American Literature in Translation
American Indian History
Mexican-American Frontier to 1848
Mexican-American History 1848-Present
Latino/a Labor in the United States
Race, Ethnicity and Health
Latin American Philosophy
Contemporary Political Problems and Issues
Latin American Political Thought
Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Minority Experience
Psychology of Culture and Diversity
Psychology of Women of Color
U.S.-Mexico Border
Introduction to Race and Ethnicity
International Migration
Latino Immigration
Sociology of Latin America
Contemporary Spanish and Spanish-American Literature
Introduction to Culture, Community, Society and Schools
Total Semester Credit Hours15

1 The two courses (6 hours) from the first area must come from two departments.

2 Students will select 15 hours total from both lists with a minimum of 9 hours at the upper-division level (300- and 400-level). 

Students must earn a C or higher in each course to be counted in the minor field.