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Mexican American Studies Program

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Mexican American Studies Program



2nd Floor, University Center · Box 19444 · 817-272-2933
www.uta.edu/cmas


Overview

The Center for Mexican American Studies in the College of Liberal Arts offers a minor that is available to all students. A Mexican American Studies (MAS) minor consists of 18 total credit hours: one required introductory course, one required course taught by Mexican American Studies faculty, and four electives selected from the lists below. Either of the two required courses not taken to fulfill the required course segment of the minor may be taken as an elective towards the minor. After consulting with their major departments or programs, students will file a degree plan for the MAS minor at the Center for Mexican American Studies. Courses not listed below may qualify as electives with the approval of the director of the Center for Mexican American Studies.



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Required Introductory Course

MAS 2300 Introduction to Mexican American Studies



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Required Course (choose one)

MAS 3310 Latinos in the United States
MAS 3314/SOCI 3314/WOMS 4392 The Latina Experience
MAS 3346/ENGL 3346 Mexican-American Literature
MAS 3368/HIST 3368 Mexican American History



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Electives

MAS 3310 Latinos in the United States
MAS 3312/SPAN 3312 Spanish American Culture and Civilization
MAS 3314/SOCI 3314/WOMS 3314 The Latina Experience
SOCI 4365/WOMS 4392 when the topic is The Latina Experience
MAS 3330/ANTH 3330 Cultural Diversity and Identity
MAS 3346/ENGL 3346 Mexican-American Literature
MAS 3352/HIST 3352 The Southwest
MAS 3363/HIST 3363 Texas to 1850
MAS 3368/HIST 3368 Mexican American History
MAS 3369/HIST 3369 History of Latino Religions
MAS 4313/SPAN 4313 Topics in Hispanic Culture
MAS 4315/SPAN 4315 Topics in Contemporary Latin-American Literature and Culture, Modernism to the Present
MAS 4317/SPAN 4317 Chicano Literature
MAS 4318/SPAN 4318 Mexican Literature
MAS 4327/SPAN 4327/WOMS 4327Women in Hispanic Literature
MAS 4368/HIST 4368 History of Mexico
MAS 3317/POLS 3317 Mexican Politics and U.S.-Mexico Relations
MAS 3319/SOCW 3317 Human Behavior and Diverse Populations
MAS 3337/SOCI 3337 Racial and Ethnic Groups in the US
MAS 3348/ANTH 3348 Latino Immigration to the United States
MAS 3368/HIST 3368 Mexican American History
MAS 3380/CRCJ 3380 Race, Crime, and Justice
MAS 4319/POLS 4319 Politics of Mexican Americans
MAS 4350 Topics in Mexican American Studies
MAS 4391 Conference Course



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Course Descriptions

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Mexican American Studies (MAS)



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