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Undergrad Minor Ph.D. Minor Spring '19 Courses Cross-Listed Courses Why Latino Studies?

Latino Studies Undergraduate Minor

The Latino Studies minor is an excellent choice for any student who wants to broaden their knowledge about the Latino population of the United States. Our courses examine contemporary and historical issues using cutting-edge scholarship from across the disciplines, and are taught by professors in media, education, history, language, law, literature, music, sociology, and more. A Latino Studies minor prepares you to engage with one of the country’s fastest growing populations and is a great addition any major.


15 credits in College of Arts & Science courses, to include the following:
  • Three credit hours of course work chosen from LATS L101, L102, or L103
  • Three credit hours of Latino Studies course work at the 100-400 level
  • Nine credit hours of Latino Studies course work at the 300-400 level

(Note: Any of these courses may be joint-listed with other courses.
For example, LATS L-102 is joint-listed with History HIST A-200.
Students may enroll in either section of joint-listed courses.)

Where can I get more information?
To learn more about our minor requirements, or to schedule an appointment to discuss how Latino Studies can benefit you, contact: