Majors, Minors and Concentrations Details
Concentration in Puerto Rican and Latino Studies
The requirements for the teacher education programs indicated above are described in the Early Childhood and Art Education and the Childhood, Bilingual, and Special Education sections of this Bulletin. Students who major in either of these programs and who elect a concentration in Puerto Rican and Latino studies must complete 31 credits in the Puerto Rican and Latino Studies Department with a grade of C or higher in each course. Students must meet with a department adviser to declare their intention to complete this sequence.
All of the following courses: Puerto Rican and Latino Studies 1001, 2005, 3325, and 4420. Six of the following courses: Puerto Rican and Latino Studies 2300, 3105, 3120, 3125, 3205 through 3320W, 3330, 4450, 4510, 4615, 4635, 4640, 4645.
With permission of the departmental curriculum committee, appropriate PRLS course substitutions are allowed in the concentration under special circumstances.