Deepen your understanding of economic, social and cultural relationships in a globalized world with a minor in Latino Studies from Adams State University. Regardless of your major, this cross-disciplinary minor will accentuate your general knowledge with specialized courses in language, history, literature, sociology and political science.
You’ll benefit from the expertise of faculty whose courses touch upon Latino culture, history, politics, language, and society. Choose from a variety of topics, including ethnic and minority literature; U.S. and Latin American Relations; Chicano History; Race, Class and Gender; and more.
Adams State is also home to the Cultural Awareness and Student Achievement Center (C.A.S.A.), which enriches and honors the community’s Latino identity and heritage. Complement your studies by taking advantage of C.A.S.A. programming that promotes learning, celebrates cultures, and develops leadership and student success with a global perspective.
The minor is taught by faculty whose courses touch upon Latino culture, history, politics, language, and society.Academic Catalog
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