Mexican American Studies, Minor

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A minor in Mexican American Studies requires eighteen (18) hours. This minor includes courses that focus on ancient and historic cultures, modern cultural studies, geography, history, music, political science, sociology, the Spanish language and Spanish literature, and regional studies of the Southwest Borderlands, which examine both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

SWBS 2301 is required of all persons taking this minor. No more than 9 semester hours in any discipline may apply toward the minor. Students may not count the same course toward both a major and a minor. Students should have all of the prerequisites or permission from the instructor. Course descriptions are available under each discipline prefix.

SWBS 2301Foundatns in Mex Amer Studies3
Remaining 15 hours can be selected from:
Hispanics and Film
Hispanics in the Media
Southwestern Literature
Texas History
American Cultures Before 1492
Folk Medicine
Latin American Culture
Spanish Linguistics
Hispanic Culture
Pluralistic Society
Multicultural Groups in the US
Race Relations
Minority Women in US Society
PreColumbian Amer Cultures
Folk Medicine
Latin American Culture