Bachelor of Arts in Mexican American Studies

One Way to Complete this Major

Freshman Year

First Semester

 

Second Semester

 

MAS 101 Introduction to Mexican American Studies
Mathematics Requirement2
Arts & Letters Requirement3
Science & Mathematics Requirement4
ENG 122 Elementary Composition
Total Number of Hours

3
3
3
3
3
15

English Intermediate Composition1
Arts & Letters Requirement
Science & Mathematics Requirement
HISP 111 Introduction to Hispanic Literature
Physical Activity Requirement5
Total Number of Hours

3
3
4
3
1
14

Sophomore Year

First Semester

 

Second Semester

 

MAS 301 Mexican-American Politics & Leadership
Required Elective Credit
Univerisity-Wide Elective
Interdisciplinary/International Req.6 (a or c)
Social Science Requirement8
General Education Elective
Total Number of Hours

3
3
3
3
3
15

MAS/ENG 225 Latina/Latino History
Required Elective Credit
University-Wide Elective
Social Science Requirement
General Education Elective
Total Number of Hours

3
3
3
3
3
15

Junior Year

First Semester

 

Second Semester

 

MAS/ENG 346 Chicana/o Theory
Required Supporting Credit
Required Supporting Credit
University-Wide Elective
University-Wide Elective
Total Number of Hours

3
3
3
3
3
15

Required Supporting Credit
Required Supporting Credit
University-Wide Elective
University-Wide Elective
University-Wide Elective
Total Number of Hours

3
3
3
3
3
15

Senior Year

First Semester

 

Second Semester

 

University-Wide Elective
University-Wide Elective
University-Wide Elective
University-Wide Elective
Required Specified GenEd Credit
Total Number of Hours

3
3
3
3
3
15

MAS 450 Research Internship in Mexican American Studies
University-Wide Elective
University-Wide Elective
University-Wide Elective
Required Specified GenEd Credit
Total Number of Hours

3
3
3
3
3
15


120 Total Semester Hours

________________________
1 ANT 315; BA 205; AFS 305; ENG 123, 223, 225, or 227; MUS 152; PHIL 101; SCI 291.

2 MATH 120, 124, 125, 127, 131, 175, 150, or 250.

3 6 credits. 2 courses from two different subcategories with 2 different prefixes within the overall category. All are 3-credit courses, except where indicated.

Fine Arts: ART 181 (4); 182 (4) 190, 210, 290; DNCE 454 (2); ENST 385 (2); GEP 101, 102, 103; HUM 120; MIND 181, 288, 297; MT 330; MUS 140, 204, 241, 243, 244, 246, 340; THEA 130, 330, 331.
Foreign Languages: CHIN 101 (5), 102 (5), 201, 202; FR 101 (4), 102 (4), 201, 202; GER 101 (4); 102 (4), 201,202; JAPN 101 (5), 102 (5), 201, 202; RUS 101 (5), 102 (5); SPAN 101 (5), 102 (5), 201, 202.
History: AFS 201, 202; GEP 101, 102, 103; HIST 100, 101, 120, 121, 267; MIND 180, 181, 290.
Literature: ENG 131, 138, 211, 213, 214, 262; GEP 101, 102, 103; HISP 111; MIND 180, 181, 293.
Philosophy: GEP 101, 102, 103; MIND 180, 290, 293.PHIL 100, 110, 305.

4 7 credits. 2 courses from 2 different subcategories with 2 different prefixes within the overall category. At least 1 course must have an "L" (Laboratory designation). All are 3-credit courses, except where indicated.

Earth Science: AST 100 L (4); ESCI 265 L; GEO 100 L (4), 110; MET 110, 205 L (4); MIND 294; OCN 110, 200 L (4).
Life Science: ANT 130; BIO 100, 110 L (4), 111 L (5), or 265 L; BOT 270 L; FND 250; MIND 294; ZOO 115 L.
Mathematics: MATH 132 (4) or 181.
Physical Science: CHEM 101, 102 L (1), 108 L (5), 111 L (5), 114 L (4); ENST 235 (2); MIND 294; PHYS 220 L (5), 240 L (5); SCI 103, 106, 109, 265 L (4).

5 All are 1-credit courses, except where indicated. PE 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 110, 111, 113, 114, 115, 116 (2), 117, 1118, 119, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 152, 153, 169, or 174; DNCE 166 (2), 167, 168, 170, 171, 173, or 175.

6 6 credits. 2 courses, 1 Multicultural and 1 course from either Interdisciplinary Studies or International Cultures. All are 3-credit courses.

Interdisciplinary Studies: ENST 100, 225; GERO 205; HUM 111, 331, NURS 200; SOC 221.
Multicultural Courses: ANT 317; AFS 100, 101; CH 236; ENG 236; MAS 101, 102; HIST 290; HRS 290; MCS 101; MIND 182; SOC 237; WS 101.
International Cultures: ANT 119, 314; BA 251; FR 116; GEOG 335, 365; GER 116; HISP 121, 131, 141; HIST 110, 112, 113, 118, 131, 283; JAPN 116; MIND 289, 292; MUS 247; SPCO 323.

7 12 credits. 4 courses from the following: ANT 311; ENG 236, 436; HISP 111, 141, 395, 400, 410; HIST 118; PSY 467; SOC 237; SPAN 201, 202, 301, 302, 303, 410, 411, 412; SPCO 323.
8 6 credits. 2 courses from 2 different subcategories with 2 different prefixes within the overall category. At least 1 course must have an "L" (Laboratory designation). All are 3-credit courses, except where indicated.

Anthropology: ANT 100, 120.
Economics: ECON 101, 103, 105; MIND 286.
Geography: GEOG 100, 110, 200.
Political Science: AFS 420, MIND 286; PSCI 100, 105, 203, 220.
Psychology: CH 336; CMDS 160; PSY 120 (4), 230 (4), 265.
Sociology: CHH 205; NURS 318; SOC 100, 141, 170.

For More Information...

For more information about our undergraduate programs, contact the program coordinator.