Latino/Chicano Studies Minor - Academics

Latino/Chicano Studies Minor

This program combines courses from history, education, social science and Spanish to offer a comprehensive look at Latino culture, language, history and literature, among other topics. By understanding social movements, both in the past and in the present, you will have a strong foundation for serving and working with the Latino community.

credits required for the Latino/Chicano Studies minor


of master's degree can be completed as an undergrad at WOU


of students who apply to WOU are selected for admission

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Highlights of the program

    • Learn the varied history of Latin countries and their place in today’s global community
    • Get a feel for the complex issues behind migration and the nature of borders
    • Gain cultural insights at can inform your work in your chosen profession

Example Courses



Professor, Department Head, Sociology
503-838-8292 | | BELL 210A


Associate Professor , Modern Languages
503-838-9250 | | BELL 307

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Phone: 503-838-8292


Location: BELL 231