CCS 101 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies. (3) F
Historical and contemporary issues in the Chicana and Chicano community; focus on economic, sociological, cultural, and political status of Chicana and Chicanos in the U.S.
CCS 111 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Culture. (3) S
Interdisciplinary analysis of customs, values, belief systems, and cultural symbols; special attention is given to cultural continuity and change.
CCS 300 Chicana and Chicano Culture and Society. (3) F
Intensive analysis of how Mexican American writers, artists, film makers, entertainers, and academicians have interpreted aspects of the Chicana and Chicano experience.
CCS 445 Teaching Chicana and Chicano Studies in Native Language. (3) A
Approaches/techniques for infusion of Chicana and Chicano Studies content into elementary and secondary bilingual curriculum. Taught in Spanish. Prerequisite: proficiency in Spanish.
CCS 446 Teaching Chicana and Chicano Studies in the Schools. (3) A
Approaches/techniques for infusion of Chicana and Chicano Studies content into elementary and secondary curriculum; designed for teachers who will work with Chicana and Chicano students.
CCS 498 Pro-seminar. (3) A
Required courses for majors on topic selected by instructor; writing intensive course related to the development of interdisciplinary research skills.
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