Why Choose an AA Degree in Chicana/o Studies?
• The Chicana/o Studies curriculum is designed to meet general education requirements for all students, as well as transfer in this field of study to four-year colleges and universities.
• Chicana/o Studies is uniquely situated to prepare students for the changing demographics, and the political and social/political realities in the state of California and the nation.
• Chicana/o Studies is a dynamic and innovative program that emphasizes an interdisciplinary and comparative approach to understanding the historical experiences and contemporary social realities of Chicana/o as the largest segment of the Latina/o population in the United States.
• Critical thinking and effective oral and written communication skills are integrated across a curriculum that incorporates the arts and literature, gender studies, border studies, cultural studies, history, the social sciences, and policy studies.
Chicana/o Studies provides significant preparation for students pursuing careers in education, law, business, medicine, the arts, social work, public administration, healthcare, public policy, community organizing, social justice policy and scholarly research.
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All five of our full time librarians have specialty areas and Edeama's is being dedicated to helping students remain on their paths in in an integrated, intrusive, and just in time manner by providing equity minded leadership in the development, assessment and continuous improvement of the library's reference services, face-to-face and online information literacy instruction program.
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