Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies

Changing culture

U.S. demographics are rapidly changing.

Fill the demands of a new world

We're Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies.

Corporations, educational institutions, government agencies and other organizations need personnel who can help them maintain a competitive edge in a globalized economy, especially persons who understand LMAS communities.

Mission

Goals of the LMAS program include providing students with an understanding of the implications of history and culture.

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Acknowledgements

The LMAS Program was established thanks to the effort of many people

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Academic Pathways

The LMAS Program consists of academic plans that allow students to pursue different orientations.

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