Latino/a and Mexican-American Studies - Minor
The College of Liberal Arts offers a minor in Latino/a and Mexican-American Studies.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|Select at least six hours from the following 1,2||6|
|Borderlands: U.S. and Mexico|
|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: 2||9|
|Archaeology of the American Southwest|
|Gender, Race and Media|
|Geography of Latin America|
|Spanish and Spanish American Literature in Translation|
|American Indian History|
|Chicana/o History since 1848|
|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|
|Introduction to Race and Ethnicity|
|Sociology of Latin America|
|Contemporary Spanish and Spanish-American Literature|
|Introduction to Culture, Community, Society and Schools|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||15|
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.