Program: B.A., Chicano and Chicana Studies
The double major in Chicana/o Studies is a 33-unit program designed to give the student special preparation in the discipline of Chicana/o Studies through a combination of lower and upper division core requirements.
1. Lower Division Required Courses (9 units)
2. Upper Division Required Courses (12 units)
3. Upper Division Electives (6 units)
Select two courses from the following:
4. Additional Upper Division Electives (6 units)
Electives in upper division Chicana/o Studies are to be selected with the advice and approval of the advisor.
Total Units in the Double Major Option: 33
Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies
Chair: Gabriel Gutierrez
Associate Chair: Rosa RiVera-Furumoto
Jerome Richfield Hall (JR) 148
(818) 677-2734 and (818) 677-2735
Student Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate an ability to think critically, analytically and creatively about the Chicana/o experience in the local and global society.
- Demonstrate competency in oral communication, written communication and research skills.
- Demonstrate an understanding of creative and performance arts.
- Acquire a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of Chicana/o history, culture, arts, language and sociopolitical issues.
- Acquire the leadership skills that will promote social change in Chicana/o communities and the broader society.