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Puerto Rican and Latino Studies

Expand your cultural outlook with graduate courses in Latino studies.

The growing U.S. Latino community is having an impact on just about every area of society, whether it's education, international business or speech communication arts and sciences. And, no matter what your field, you want to make sure you have the inside edge on this important trend. Our Department of Puerto Rican and Latino Studies offers courses that will help augment your graduate studies through our interdisciplinary arrangements with other departments and programs, including Africana studies, American studies, anthropology and archaeology, archival studies, children's studies, economics, history, music and sociology. You'll also benefit from our participation in the graduate Teaching Fellows program of the School of Education.

Contact Information

Department Chairperson (acting): Alan A. Aja

Location: 1205 Boylan Hall
Phone: 718.951.5561
Fax: 718.951.4183