Undergraduate students looking for a course in Chicano and Latino studies have a wealth of options that can satisfy multiple catalog requirements, including diversity credits and writing-enhanced curriculums. Whether you appreciate the anonymity of a large lecture hall or the intimacy of a smaller, discussion-based seminar, the department offers classes in multiple formats to meet your learning style.
Below is a list of courses offered by the Department of Chicano & Latino Studies in the present and upcoming semesters. Course descriptions in our ClassInfo database provide more in-depth information about courses, expectations, and workload to give you a realistic understanding about what you will experience in the course.
|Course Number||Course Title||Sections|
|CHIC 1102||Latinos in the United States: Culture and Citizenship||Sections |
|CHIC 1102H||Honors: Latinos in the United States: Culture and Citizenship||Sections |
|CHIC 1275||Engaged Learning in the Chicano/Latino Community||Sections |
|CHIC 3212||Chicana Feminism: La Chicana in Contemporary Society||Sections |
|CHIC 3352||Transnational Chicana/o Theory: Global Views/Borderland Spaces||Sections |
|CHIC 3444||Chicana and Chicano History I||Sections |
|CHIC 3507W||Introduction to Chicana/o Literature||Sections |
|CHIC 3852||Chicana/o Politics||Sections |
|CHIC 3993||Directed Studies||Sections |
|CHIC 4232||Chicana/o - Latina/o Gender and Sexuality Studies||Sections |
|CHIC 4275||Theory in Action: Community Engagement in a Social Justice Framework||Sections |
|CHIC 4901W||Senior Paper||Sections |
|CHIC 5993||Directed Studies||Sections |