Chicana and Chicano Studies Department

Minor - Chicana and Chicano Studies

University Graduation Requirements

To be awarded a minor, at least 12 units of coursework must be completely distinct and separate from the coursework in the major (University Policy S16-4).

Course Requirements

Requirements of the Minor18
Complete eighteen units from:
No more than 3 lower-division courses may be counted towards the 18 units. It is possible to complete the minor with only Upper Division courses.
CCS 001. Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies3
CCS 002. Library Studies1
CCS 010A. Mexican Americans and the Development of U.S. History and GovernmentD23
CCS 010B. Mexican Americans and the Development of U.S. History and GovernmentD3+US1233
Must complete entire CCS 10A and CCS 10B sequence to meet the American Institutions requirement.
CCS 030. Race and Ethnicity in Public SpaceD13
CCS 074. Public AddressA13
CCS 105. Chicanos: United States/Mexico Relations3
CCS 115. Chicana/o Families3
CCS 120. Political Economy and Chicana/o Communities3
CCS 125. Chicana/o Community Studies3
CCS 127. Chicanas/os and the Criminal Justice System3
CCS 130. Chicanas and Chicanos in American SocietyS3
CCS 135. Contemporary Chicana/o Issues3
CCS 144. Chicana/o Literature3
CCS 147. Music in Mexican America3
CCS 150. Research Methods3
CCS 151. Theory in Chicana/o Studies3
CCS 152. The Story of Chicano Spanish3
CCS 160. Gender and Sexuality in the Chicana/o CommunityS3
CCS 170. Hollywood's Image of Chicanos/Chicanas3
CCS 175. Human Migrations: Global Reach3
CCS 180. Individual Studies1-4
CCS 185. Teaching in a Diverse Society3
Substitute courses approved by the undergraduate advisor or Chair

Total Units:18