2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog


Latina/o Studies Minor

Latina/o studies is available as a minor on both the BA and BS degrees. Latina/o studies is an interdisciplinary program that critically examines cultural, political, historical, religious and social conditions of Latina/o communities in the United States, providing students a larger awareness of diversity in the U.S. society.

Requirements

The Latina/o Studies minor requires 18 hours to include Introduction to Latina/o Studies. The remaining 15 hours are to be chosen from at least three different departments.

Currently, approved courses include:

LTNO 20003Introduction to Latina/o Studies

3

ANTH 30333Mexican American Culture

3

ANTH 30433Mexican-American Folklore: Traditions of La Raza

3

ANTH 30703Archaeology of Mexico and Peru

3

CRJU 30843Race Issues in CRJU

ENGL 10833Freshman Composition

ENGL 30703Contemporary Latino Literature

3

HIST 30923The United States and Latin America

3

RELI 30463Being Latina/o and Religious in the U.S.

3

RELI 30843Latina Feminist Religious Thought

3

SOCI 30343American Minority Groups

3

SPAN 31803Service-Learning in the Latino Community

3

SPAN 42003Hispanic Literature in USA

3

Other courses may be applied to the minor with the approval of the minor coordinator or the associate dean of the School of Interdisciplinary Studies.

A list of approved courses, along with the appropriate subcategory designations, can be found in the catalog and on the department websitehttps://sis.tcu.edu/cres/academics/areas-of-study/. Contact CRES@tcu.edu for more information.