Chicana/o Studies Major Options

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Chicana/o Studies B.A. majors, depending on their educational and professional goals, can choose from either Cultural Studies or Social Practice concentrations designed to enhance students’ opportunities to compete in national and international labor markets. Both concentrations prepare students for entrance into graduate programs.

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Chicana/o Studies, B.A. with Cultural Studies Concentration

The Cultural Studies concentration is designed for students who are interested in topics that study aspects of Chicano/a-Latino/a cultural production which range from art, film, music, religion, and literature.

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Chicana/o Studies, B.A. with Social Practice Concentration

This Social Practice concentration is designed for students interested in working within the diverse Chicano/a and Latina/o communities locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.

Teaching Licensure Major Options

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Chicana/o Studies B.A. majors can also select the Secondary Social Studies Teacher Licensure concentration which prepares students to become social studies teachers in secondary schools. The requirements include core courses in Chicano Studies, a sequence in history and additional courses required for social studies licensure. Students seeking teacher licensure should stay in regular contact with both their major advisor and School of Education advisor to assure the proper course progression and that they meet requirements.

Have questions about major and minor program options?

Contact the Chicana/o Studies Academic Advisor, Angela Rodriguez for more information!

Schedule an advising appointment through SSC Navigate or contact Alexis by phone or email.

Phone: 303-605-7115

Email: [email protected]