Minor in Ethnic Studies - Chicana/o/x, Latina/o/x Studies

Designed to provide increased awareness, knowledge and an in-depth understanding, the minor in Ethnic Studies, Chicano(a)/ Latino(a) Studies will address issues of language, history, culture, politics, economics, education, immigration and the creative expression of the Chicano/Latino presence in this country. Students will examine this growing ethnic group's experience in a social context and its interdependence with other populations by addressing interracial, intercultural and international understanding.

Requirements for a minor in Ethnic Studies - Chicana/o/x, Latina/o/x Studies (18 units)

Required Courses (18)
ES 1020Introduction to Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x Studies3
ES 3000Research Methods in Ethnic Studies3
ES 3940Topics in Ethnic Studies3
Nine units chosen from:9
Mesoamerican Archaeology
Xicanx Art
Latinx Border Identity: A Transmedia Perspective
Latinx, Media, and Cultures
Chicana/o Literature
Independent Study
US-Mexico Border Region
Chicana/o History Through Film
Chicana/o History
Topics in History (When the topic petains to US/Mexico Borderlands)
Chicana/Mexicana Feminisms
Seminar in Government (When topic pertains to Latino Politics in the U.S.)
The Latino Family
The Latino Experience in the U.S.
Citizenship, Status, and Inequality
Sociology of Migration
Borders, Knowledges, and Identities
Please note: All Sociology courses have a prerequesite course of SOC 1000 or Consent of Department Chair
Culture, Health, and Food in Latin America
Voices & Visions from the Hispanic World (When the topic pertains to: Latino Literature in the USA)
Total Units18