Chicana/Chicano Studies, Minor College of Letters & Science

This minor provides a broad overview of the historical, social, political, economic, ideological and cultural forces that shape the Chicana/o and Latina/o experience. The minor is open to all students with or without course work in Spanish. Students should contact the academic advisor for a plan approval and verification of the minor.

Minor Advisor

Alma Martinez, M.A.

CHI 010Introduction to Chicana/o Studies4
or CHI 050 Chicana & Chicano Culture
Choose one:4
The Chicana & Chicano Movement
Chicanas & Latinas in the U.S.: Historical Perspectives
Mexican-American History
Mexican-American History
Choose four:16
Sociology of the Chicana/o Experience
Chicanas/Mexicanas in Contemporary Society
Globalization, Transnational Migration, & Chicana/o & Latina/o Communities
Chicana/o Psychology
Chicana/o Community Mental Health
Psychology Perspectives Chicana/o & Latina/o Family
Psychological perspectives on Chicana/o & Latina/o Children & Adolescents
United States-Mexican Border Relations
Chicanas in Politics & Public Policy
Political Economy of Chicana/o Communities
The Chicana/o Novel
Chicana/o Theater
Chicana/o Poetry
Mexican Film & Greater Mexican Identity
Chicanas, Latinas & Mexicanas in Commercial Media
Mexican & Chicano Mural Workshop
Chicana/o Voice/Poster Silk Screen Workshop
Total Units24