Mexican American Studies
MAST 2190-2690 SELECTED ISSUES IN MEXICAN AMERICAN STUDIES (1-6 Credits)
Introduction to specialized topics chosen by instructor. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
MAST 2301 - MEXICAN AMERICANS IN U.S. SOCIETY (3 Credits)
An interdisciplinary analysis of the Mexican American experience in the United States. Focuses on historical, cultural, social and political issues of contemporary importance to the Chicano population. Offered: Fall, Spring.
MAST 2370 - SURVEY OF MEXICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE (3 Credits)
Same as ENGL 2370.
MAST 3354 - MEXICAN AMERICAN CULTURAL HISTORY (3 Credits)
Same as HIST 3354.
MAST 4190-4690 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MEXICAN AMERICAN STUDIES (1-6 Credits)
In-depth study of specialized topics chosen by instructor. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
MAST 4391 - INTERNSHIP (3 Credits)
Supervised work in a public or private setting to enhance understanding of Mexican American experience and to contribute to the intellectual presence of the Mexican Americans in the U.S. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
MAST 4396 - CONTEXT OF MEXICAN AMERICAN LEADERSHIP (3 Credits)
Analysis of historical trends and political and socioeconomic issues impacting Mexican Americans and their ability to exercise leadership in various sectors. Topics include demographics, immigration, education, employment, housing and health. Prerequisite: Six semester hours of MAST courses.