The Latino Studies minor provides students with an understanding of the history, cultures and contemporary issues of Latin Americans and Latinos in the U.S. using interdisciplinary approaches. Comparative and diverse developmental perspectives illuminate links among the countries and peoples of the Americas. 

A minor in Latino Studies can serve as a useful basis for students in criminal justice, social sciences, English, business and public administration, psychology, health administration, social work and interdisciplinary studies.

Advisor Information

Ellen Walsh (A through M)
Assistant Professor

Andrae Marak (N through Z)
Division Chair, Humanities and Social Sciences