2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog


Latinx Studies Minor

Latinx studies is available as a minor on both the BA and BS degrees. Latinx 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 Latinx Studies minor requires 18 hours to include Introduction to Latinx Studies. The remaining 15 hours are to be chosen from at least three different departments.

Currently, approved courses include:

LTNX 20003Introduction to LTNX Studies

3

ANTH 30323Migration: Crossing Borders, Crossing Cultures

3

ANTH 30333Mexican American Culture

3

ANTH 30433Mexican-American Folklore: Traditions of La Raza

3

ANTH 30703Archaeology of Mexico and Peru

3

CRES 10103Engaging Difference and Diversity in America

3

CRES 20003Gateway Seminar in Critical Race Theory

3

CRES 30303Feminisms of Color

3

CRES 30403Transnational Gender & Sexuality

3

CRES 30503Crimmigration

3

CRJU 30843Race Issues in CRJU

ENGL 10833Freshman Composition

ENGL 20563Introduction to Latina/o Literature

3

ENGL 30703Contemporary Latinx Literature

3

HIST 10723History of Latinas/os in the United States

3

HIST 30823The Chicano/a Movement, Latino/a Politics, and Immigration Rights

3

HIST 30923The United States and Latin America

3

POSC 31543The Chicano/a Movement, Latino/a Politics, and Immigration Rights

3

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

3

RELI 30843Latina Feminist Religious Thought

3

RELI 30493Latina/o Religion, Law and Identity

3

SOCI 30343Sociology of Race and Racism

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 can be found in the catalog and on the department website http://sis.tcu.edu/cres/academics/areas-of-study/latinx-studies Contact CRES@tcu.edu for more information.