Mexican American Studies (also known as Chicano Studies) is a multi-disciplinary concentration that will expose students to a wide range of topics relevant to the Mexican-American experience. This course of study will offer students valuable insights and skills to complement most majors in Nursing, Business, Education, Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities.
The Mexican American Studies Minor requires a minimum of 18 hours of designated coursework. Students who select this minor must consult with and have approval of the Mexican American Studies Coordinator or the Academic Advisor to establish a degree plan. This should be done prior to completing 6 semester hours of coursework listed for the program.
Students may choose from the following courses. All courses are taught in English except for SPAN.