Latino Studies PhD Minor
This Ph.D. minor in Latino Studies (LATS) allows graduate students in the Social Sciences, Humanities, Sciences, Business, Law, and Education to develop expertise on the historical and contemporary experiences of Latinos in social, cultural, political, and economic contexts. The Latino Studies Program emphasizes interdisciplinary, comparative, and applied approaches to knowledge. It addresses the experiences of Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans, Cubans, Dominicans, Central Americans and other Latin Americans who have immigrated to the United States or who have resided in the U.S. for multiple generations. Our courses examine Latino communities and experiences within local, national, transnational, and diasporic contexts.
12 credit hours in course work directly related to Latino Studies subject matter
- L599-Individualized Readings (1-4 credits)
- L601-Colloquium in Latino Studies (3-4 credits)
- L701-Research Seminar in Latino Studies (3-4 credits)
Fall 2017 Graduate Course Offerings
LATS-L 599 Individualized Readings (1-4 CR)
Instructor: S. Martinez
Above class requires permission of Department
Where can I get more information?
To learn more about our minor requirements, or to schedule an appointment to discuss how Latino Studies can benefit you, contact:
Dr. Sylvia Martínez
Director, Latino Studies Program
Associate Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
phone: (812) 856-1795