Chicano/Latino Studies Minor

Requirements

The OLLAS minor is a perfect complement to a wide variety of majors across campus, such as Public Health, Medical Humanities, Business and Finance, Social Work, Criminal Justice, Journalism, Education, and Fine Arts, among others, where the work of the discipline intersects with the growing presence and importance of Latinos (Mexicanos, Chicanos, Central Americans, and South Americans) in the United States and our local communities.

Residency requirement: No student may transfer into the minor more than 6 credits. Students must complete at least 12 of the 18 credit hours at UNO.

A total of 18 credit hours to include:

Required Course
LLS 1010INTRO TO CHICANO-LATINO STUDIES: SOCIAL SCIENCES3
or LLS 1020 INTRODUCTION TO CHICANO-LATINO STUDIES: HUMANITIES
Electives
Select 15 hours of LLS approved elective courses 15
Total Credits18

Electives

An additional 15 hours of LLS approved elective courses from the list below. A maximum of 9 of the 15 elective hours may be taken from a single department. At least 12 of the 15 credit hours must be taken at the 3000 or 4000 level. Other courses relating to Latinos or Latin America may be accepted as LLS electives if approved by the OLLAS Director.

Latino/Latin American Studies
LLS 1000LATIN AMERICA: AN INTRODUCTION3
LLS/HIST 2480HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA: PRECONQUEST TO THE PRESENT3
LLS 2800SPECIAL TOPICS IN LATINO/LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES: HUMANITIES3
LLS 2810MUSIC IN LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE3
LLS 2900SPECIAL TOPICS IN LATINO/LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES: SOCIAL SCIENCES3
LLS 3050LATIN AMERICA IN CONTEXT: HEALTH, BUSINESS, ENVIRONMENT, AND SOCIETY THROUGH ORAL PRACTICE3
LLS/PSCI 3140LATINO/-A POLITICS3
LLS/SPAN 3250SURVEY OF LATIN AMERICAN FILM3
LLS/SPAN 3420LATIN AMERICAN CIVILIZATION3
LLS/PSCI 3510IMMIGRATION LAW AND LATINOS3
LLS/PSCI 3680GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS OF LATIN AMERICA3
LLS 3800TOPICS IN LATINO/LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES: HUMANITIES3
LLS 3900TOPICS IN LATINO/LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES: SOCIAL SCIENCES3
LLS/SPAN 4140INTRODUCTION TO LATIN AMERICAN FILM3
LLS/SPAN 4170INTRODUCTION TO LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURES3
LLS/SPAN 4210SPECIAL EXPLORATIONS IN LATIN AMERICAN FILM3
LLS/SPAN 4230SPECIAL EXPLORATIONS IN LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE3
LLS/SOC 4240SOCIAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN LATIN AMERICA3
LLS/PSCI 4280INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF LATIN AMERICA3
LLS/BLST 4650SLAVERY AND RACE RELATIONS IN THE AMERICAS3
LLS/SOC 4780URBAN LATIN AMERICA3
LLS 4900INDEPENDENT STUDY3
LLS 4910CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN LLS: SOCIAL SCIENCES3
LLS 4920CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN LLS:HUMANITIES3
LLS 4950LATIN AMERICAN STUDY ABROAD3
Anthropology
ANTH 4230ETHNOMEDICINES OF THE AMERICAS3
Black Studies
LLS/BLST 4650SLAVERY AND RACE RELATIONS IN THE AMERICAS3
English
ENGL 2490LATINO/A LITERATURE3
ENGL 4240TEACHING LATINO LITERATURE3
Geography
GEOG 3070GEOGRAPHY OF LATIN AMERICA3
History
HIST 2070US IMMIGRATION IN A GLOBAL WORLD3
HIST/LLS 2480HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA: PRECONQUEST TO THE PRESENT3
HIST 4070SLAVERY AND RACE RELATIONS IN THE AMERICAS3
HIST 4460AMERICAN IMMIGRATION HISTORY3
Political Science
PSCI/LLS 3140LATINO/-A POLITICS3
PSCI/LLS 3680GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS OF LATIN AMERICA3
PSCI/LLS 4280INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF LATIN AMERICA3
Sociology
SOC 3900RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS IN THE U.S.3
SOC/LLS 4240SOCIAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN LATIN AMERICA3
SOC 4250CRISSCROSSING THE CONTINENT: LATIN AMERICAN MIGRATIONS3
SOC/LLS 4780URBAN LATIN AMERICA3
Spanish
SPAN/LLS 3050LATIN AMERICA IN CONTEXT: HEALTH, BUSINESS, ENVIRONMENT, AND SOCIETY THROUGH ORAL PRACTICE3
SPAN/LLS 3250SURVEY OF LATIN AMERICAN FILM3
SPAN 3420LATIN AMERICAN CIVILIZATION3
SPAN 4040ADVANCED COMPOSITION AND STYLISTICS3
SPAN 4070HISPANIC BILINGUALISM3
SPAN 4130SPANISH IN THE UNITED STATES3
SPAN/LLS 4140INTRODUCTION TO LATIN AMERICAN FILM3
SPAN 4150LITERATURE/CULTURE: CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN 1898-20003
SPAN/LLS 4170INTRODUCTION TO LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURES3
SPAN/LLS 4230SPECIAL EXPLORATIONS IN LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE3
SPAN 4970SPECIAL TOPICS: (TRACK 3 - LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGE FOR THE PROFESSIONS) (Public Health + Spanish in Nicaragua, Spanish Sociolinguistics)3
Teacher Education
TED 2060EQUITY, LANGUAGE, AND CULTURAL LITERACY (When taught by OLLAS approved faculty member.)3