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

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, & 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
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
Barnard Hall 204
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, & Cultures
Willard-DiLoreto Hall D 40314
860.832.2880