Academic Offerings | Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies

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Academic Offerings

The University of North Texas is offering a multidisciplinary Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science Degrees with a major in Integrative Studies with a thematic concentration in Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies (LMAS). This theme will start in Spring 2014. The degree program will include a minimum of 12 LMAS-oriented classes (36 hours) in fields of 4 classes (12 hour) concentrations that range from History, Anthropology, Political Science, Sociology, Spanish and English. Three different general academic plans are available:

Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Studies

Bachelor of Science in Integrative Studies with Foreign Language Requirement

Bachelor of Science in Integrative Studies with No Foreign Language Requirement.

These degrees aim to provide all students with:

  • a cutting-edge interdisciplinary knowledge, awareness and appreciation of the history, literature, anthropology, politics and creative accomplishments of the Latina/o and Mexican-American culture in the U.S. and beyond,
  • a workable knowledge and understanding of the Spanish language,
  • pathways to achieve minors/certificates that will enhance job opportunities in legal, business, and community engagement environments,
  • a foundation for future graduate work in Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies.

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