Latino and Puerto Rican Studies, Minor

Program Description

A minor program in Latino and Puerto Rican studies prepares students with interdisciplinary knowledge and practical understanding of the social, economic, historical, and cultural conditions and impact of Latinos/as in the U.S. The program consists of a gateway introductory course in interdisciplinary Latino Studies (LTN 110), a capstone Individual Research Experience requirement (LTN 410), and 12 credits of electives, at least six of which must be at or above the 300 level.

Program Curriculum

Requirements (18 credits):

Total Credit Hours: 18

Faculty

Abigail Adams
Professor
Anthropology
Bassett Hall 4160100
860-832-2616
Amanda Marin-Chollom
Assistant Professor
Psychological Science
Marcus White Hall 216
860-832-3126
Carlos Liard-Muriente
Professor
Economics
Sanford Hall 30403
860-832-2732
Heather Rodriguez
Associate Professor
Sociology
Bassett Hall 317-03
860-832-2985
Jessica Rutherford
Assistant Professor
World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Willard-DiLoreto Hall D 40312
860-832-2884
Juan Coronado
Assistant Professor
History
Bassett Hall 216-05
860-832-2820
Katherine Sugg
Associate Professor
English
Willard-DiLoreto Hall W 401-17
860-832-2760
Leah Glaser
Professor; Coordinator, Public History Program
Public History, Historic Preservation, Local and Community History, 20th Century U.S., American West, Energy and Environmental History
History
Bassett Hall 2160700
860-832-2825
Reinaldo Rojas
Professor
Social Work
Vance Academic Center 324-04
860-832-3129
Robert Wolff
Dean, Carol A. Ammon College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
19th Century U.S., Slavery and Abolition, Civil War, History of Education
History
Willard-DiLoreto Hall D 30302
860-832-2807
Rocio Fuentes
Associate Professor, Department Chair
World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Willard-DiLoreto Hall D 40314
860-832-2880