HUMA 1305 Introduction to Mexican-American Studies
This interdisciplinary survey examines the different cultural, artistic, economic, historical, political, and social aspects of the Mexican-American/Chicano/a communities. It also covers issues such as dispossession, immigration, transnationalism, and other topics that have shaped the Mexican-American experience.
HUMA 1311 Mexican American Fine Arts Appreciation
This course is an exploration of the purposes and processes in the visual and performing arts (such as music, painting, drama, and dance) and the ways in which they express the values of the Mexican-American/Chicano/a experience.
ENGL 2351 Mexican-American Literature
A survey of Mexican-American/Chicano/a literature including fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and drama. Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 (Composition I) & ENGL 1302 (Composition II)
GOVT 2311 Mexican-American Politics
The goal of this course is to introduce students to the Mexican-American political experience. Students will explore the political forces that have been integral to the inclusion/exclusion of political development of Mexican-Americans in the United States. Prerequisites: GOVT 2305 and GOVT 2306.
HIST 2327 Mexican-American History I
A study of the economic, social, cultural, and political development of Mexican-American people with particular emphasis upon their contribution to American society. Counts toward U.S. History requirement or as an elective.
HIST 2328 Mexican-American History II
A continuation of HIST 2327, emphasizing the modern contributions and leaders of the Mexican-American culture in America. Counts toward U.S. History requirement or as an elective.
Either of the Spanish IV Courses Listed: Option 1: SPAN 2315 Spanish IV for Spanish Speakers
This course is the continuation of SPAN 2313. This course is designed for students who can already communicate in Spanish because of having lived among Spanish speakers, yet need further formal training to continue improving their Spanish proficiency. The emphasis of this course is to enhance students’ listening comprehension and reading, writing and speaking skills within a cultural context. This course is taught completely in Spanish. This course is an intermediate level course designed for Spanish speakers equivalent to SPAN 2312. Credit will not be given for both SPAN 2315 and SPAN 2312.
Either of the Spanish IV Courses Listed: Option 2: SPAN 2312 Spanish IV
Continuation of SPAN 2311. Prerequisite: SPAN 2311 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent credit by examination to enroll in SPAN 2312.
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