Mexican American Studies Minor s1

Degree Plan

Mexican American Studies Minor

The University of Texas at Arlington

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General Requirements:

A Mexican American Studies Minor consists of total of (18) credit hours. Students must take one required course (MAS 2300), at least two core courses, and three electives selected from the list below. Students who wish to minor in Mexican American Studies should first consult with advisors in their major departments for approval and then with a CMAS academic advisor.

Number / Name / Cross-listed / Earned / To be earned
REQUIRED
MAS 2300 / Introduction to Mexican American Studies
CORE COURSES (MUST TAKE TWO)
MAS 3310 / Latinos in the United States / ANTH 3310
MAS 3314 / The Latina Experience / SOCI 3314/WOMS 3314/SOCW 3314
MAS 3343 / US Chicano/Latino Lit / ENGL 3343
MAS 3346 / Mexican American Literature / ENGL 3346
MAS 3368 / Mexican American History / HIST 3368
MAS 4368 / History of Mexico / HIST 4368
ELECTIVES (MUST TAKE THREE)
MAS 3312 / Latin-American Culture and Civilization / SPAN 3312
MAS 3316 / Latino Health Issues / ANTH 3316
MAS 3317 / Mexican Politics and U.S. - Mexican Relations / POLS 3317
MAS 3319 / Human Behavior and Diverse Populations / SOCW 3317
MAS 3320 / Immigration Policy and the American Dream / SOCW 3320
MAS 3330 / Cultural Diversity and Identity / ANTH 3330
MAS 3337 / Racial & Ethnic Groups in US / SOCI 3337
MAS 3348 / Latino Immigration to the U.S. / ANTH 3348
MAS 3352 / The Southwest / HIST 3352
MAS 3363 / Texas to 1850 / HIST 3363
MAS 3364 / Texas since 1845 / HIST 3364
MAS 3380 / Race, Crime, and Justice / CRCJ 3380
MAS 4313 / Topics in Hispanic Culture / SPAN 4313
MAS 4315 / Topics in Contemporary Latin-American
Literature and Culture, Modernism to the Present / SPAN 4315
MAS 4317 / Chicano Literature / SPAN 4317
MAS 4318 / Mexican Literature / SPAN 4318
MAS 4319 / Politics of Mexican Americans / POLS 4319
MAS 4327 / Women in Hispanic Literature / SPAN 4327/WOMS 4327
MAS 4350 / Topics in Mexican American Studies
MAS 4366 / Latin American History: Origins through Independence / HIST 4366
MAS 4367 / Latin American History: Post-Independence to the Present / HIST 4367
MAS 4391 / Conference Course
MAS 4393 / Mexican American Studies Internship
MAS / Ethnic Group Politics in the United States / POLS 4317
MAS / Topics in Sociology* / SOCI 4365/WOMS 4392

* Permitted when the topic pertains to Hispanic women.

Note: Other courses may qualify or can be substituted to fulfill requirements for MAS minor. Consult with a CMAS academic advisor for more information.

Center for Mexican American Studies: 1022 UTA Blvd. SC 129, Box 19444, Phone 817-272-2933