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Associate of Arts for Transfer: Social Justice Studies: Chicano Studies (37132)

​Learning Outcome(s)


Upon successful completion of the major requirements for this degree, students will be able to

  • Demonstrate familiarity with theories and theoretical perspectives, concepts, findings, assessments, problems, institutions, history, and trends within the field of Social Justice: Chicano Studies.
  • Articulate theoretical perspectives of social justice in Chicano studies, institutional oppression, marginalized groups, intersectional identities, decolonialism, and social institutions.
Major Requirements Units​​
CHST 101: Introduction to Chicano Studies 3
SOC 150: Introduction to Race and Ethnicity 3
SOC 220: Introduction to Gender and Sexualities 3
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Select three (3) courses from at least two of the following areas (List A): 9-10
 
Area 1: History and Government
HIST 118: Social and Cultural History of the United States (3)
HIST 124: Mexican-American History in the United States (3)
 
Area 2: Arts and Humanities
ENGL 246: Survey of Chicano Literature3
HIST 152: Latin American History3
 
Area 3: Social Science
COMM 120/120H: Introduction to Intercultural Communication (3)
PSYC 170: Multicultural Psychology (3)
 
​Area 4: Quantitative Reasoning and Research Methods
SOC 120: Introduction to Sociological Research Methods (3)
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Area 5: Major Preparation
ETH​N 101: Introduction to Ethnic Studies (3)
TOTAL 18​


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