The Mexican American and Latina/o Studies minor is a dynamic interdisciplinary course of study based in the humanities, social sciences, arts, and evolution of ethnic studies. The Mexican American and Latina/o Studies minor offers a unique curricular structure through which to examine one of the predominant ethnic groups in the American Southwest, and the fastest growing nationally.
The 18-hour minor introduces students to the significant and rich personal, historical, economic, cultural, and religious experiences of Mexican Americans and Latina/os in the United States. The MALS program will help students develop a more robust understanding of how social issues, politics, and other environmental realities shape the circumstances of Mexican Americans and Latina/os.
For more information about the minor, contact University Studies:
Kelsey Kern, firstname.lastname@example.org