The Certificate in Latino Studies is designed for all students interested in studying Latino history and culture, the current role of the Latino community, and its contributions in the United States. You gain multiple perspectives through this interdisciplinary course, including Anthropology, American Studies, Communication Studies, Geography, Health, History, International Studies, Philanthropic Studies, Political Science, Public and Environmental Affairs, Spanish, Social Work, and Sociology.
You will connect this knowledge and appreciation for other cultures with other disciplines, therefore helping prepare you for success in a globalized world.
The certificate can be earned as a stand-alone credential or in combination with a degree.
Many of the courses that count toward the certificate in Latino Studies have rotating topics that change every semester. Work with your academic or faculty advisor to choose your elective courses.
A certificate in Latino Studies will equip you for a career in one or more of the following: administration, government, public policy, politics, journalism, law, education, diplomacy, business, local and government service agencies, non-governmental and non-profit organizations, community organizations, national and international corporations, and language- and culture-related organizations.
To help you guide your four-year college journey, consult your degree map for a snapshot of classes you will be taking to finish your degree.
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