Estudios Chicano/Latino ofrece una asignatura secundaria y certificado. La asignatura secundaria y certificado han sido nombrados como el complemento más útil a cualquier carrera de estudio en PSU. 

Ellos son una ventaja valiosa para la escuela de posgrado así como programas profesionales en in salud, educación, negocios, consejería, y servicios legales y públicos.

Un certificado en Estudios Chicano Latino es un recurso valioso para individuos preparándose para trabajar en campos y profesiones que valoran el poder relacionarse efectivamentecon individuos y comunidades, especialmente profesiones de salud, educación, negocios, consejería, leyes y servicio al público.   

A certificate in Chicano/Latino Studies is a valuable asset for individuals preparing to work in fields and professions that place a premium on effectively reaching out to Latino/a individuals and communities, especially, but not limited to, health, education, business (marketing, human resources), counseling, legal, and public service professions.

At Portland State University, a certificate is an intermediary credential-more than a minor, but less than a major-that students obtain to enrich or add value to their selected major.

En la Universidad Estatal de Portland, el certificado es una credencial intermediaria que estudiantes obtienen para enriquecer o agregar valor a su carrera seleccionada. 

A balanced interdisciplinary program of social science, humanities, and Spanish-language requirements makes the Chicano/Latino Studies certificate one of the most useful supplements to a PSU major. The certificate requires 36 credits.

Un programa interdisciplinario compuesto de ciencias sociales, humanidades y requerimientos del lenguaje español hacen el certificado en Estudios Chicano Latino uno de los más útiles suplementos a una carrera en PSU. El certificado requiere 36 créditos. 

For a full list of class descriptions, take a look at our Bulletin Information on requirements.

Para una lista completa de descripciones de clase, mire a nuestro boletín de información de requerimientos. 


clases comunes

Estás son las clases básicas que se requieren para obtener una certificación en CHLA

     
     
    • CHLA 201
      Introduction to Chicano/Latino Studies          4
       
    • CHLA 301U
      Chicano/Latino Communities                        4
       
    • CHLA 302U
      Survey of Chicano/Latino Literature              4
       
    • CHLA 303U
      Chicana/Latina Experience                          4
       
    • CHLA 301 & 302
      Third Year Spanish                                     4

    Total de 24 Créditos Comunes Necesarios


    clases de división superior 

    Estás son varias de las clases de división superior que son requeridas para obtener certificación en CHLA

     

    Selecciona un total de 12 créditos de la lista de división superior. Uno de ellos debe ser un curso de nivel 400. 

     
     
    • CHLA 330
      Latino Popular Culture                    4
       
    • CHLA 375U
      Southwestern Borderlands              4
       
    • CHLA 380U
      Latinos, the Economy & Politics       4
       
    • CHLA 390U
      Latinos in the Pacific Northwest      4
       
    • CHLA 399
      Special Studies                              4
       
    • CHLA 407
      Seminar                                        4
       
    • CHLA 408
      Workshop (Mexican & Chicano Muralism, Mexican
      Folk Dance)                                   4
       
    • CHLA 411
      Selected Topics (Popular Culture
      through Film, Latina Women Testimonies)                                 4
       
    • CHLA 405
      Reading and Conference                4
       
    • CHLA 414
      Chicano/Latino Literature             4
       
    • CHLA 450
      Latinos in Education                     4
       

    Total de 12 Créditos de División Superior Necesarios

    Total de 36 Créditos Necesarios para Requerimientos de Certificado en Estudios Chicano/Latino


    A minor in Chicano/Latino Studies is a valuable asset for individuals preparing to work in fields and professions that place a premium on effectively reaching out to Latino/a individuals and communities, especially, but not limited to, health, education, business (marketing, human resources), counseling, legal, and public service professions.

    Una materia secundaria en Estudios Chicano Latino es un recurso valioso para individuos preparándose para trabajar en campos y profesiones que valoran el poder efectivamente relacionarse con individuos y comunidades, especialmente profesiones de salud, educación, negocios, consejería, leyes y servicio al público. 

    At Portland State University, a minor is less than a certificate. Spanish is not required.

    En la Universidad Estatal de Portland, una materia secundaria es menos que un certificado. No se requiere español. 

    A balanced interdisciplinary program of social science and humanities requirements makes the Chicano/Latino Studies minor one of the most useful supplements to a PSU major. The minor requires 28 credits.

    Un programa interdisciplinario compuesto de ciencias sociales y humanidades hacen a la materia secundaria en Estudios Chicano Latino uno de los más útiles suplementos a una carrera en PSU. La materia secundaria requiere 28 créditos. 

    For a full list of class descriptions, look at our Bulletin Information on requirements

    Para una lista completa de descripciones de clase, mire a nuestro boletín de información de requerimientos. 


    core classes

    These are the basic classes that are required to gain a minor in CHLA

       
       
      • CHLA 201

      Introduction to Chicano/Latino Studies          4 Credits

      • CHLA 301U

      Chicano/Latino Communities                         4 Credits

      • CHLA 302U

      Survey of Chicano/Latino Literature               4 Credits

      • CHLA 303U

      Chicana/Latina Experience                            4 Credits

      16 Total Core Credits Needed


      upper division CLASSES

      These are the various upper division classes that are required to gain a certification in CHLA

       

      Select a total of 12 credits from the upper division list. One of them must be a 400 level course. 

       
       
      • CHLA 330

      Latino Popular Culture                                   4 Credits

      • CHLA 375U

      Southwestern Borderlands                             4 Credits

      • CHLA 380U

      Latinos, the Economy & Politics                      4 Credits

      • CHLA 390U

      Latinos in the Pacific Northwest                     4 Credits

      • CHLA 399

      Special Studies                                               4 Credits

      • CHLA 407

      Seminar                                                          4 Credits

      • CHLA 408

      Workshop (Mexican & Chicano

      Muralism, Mexican Folk Dance)                       4 Credits

      • CHLA 411

      Selected Topics (Popular Culture

      through Film, Latina Women Testimonies)       4 Credits

      • CHLA 405

      Reading and Conference                                 4 Credits

      • CHLA 414

      Chicano/Latino Literature                              4 Credits

      • CHLA 450

      Latinos in Education                                       4 Credits

      12 Total Upper Division Credits Needed

      28 Total Credits Needed For Certificate Requirements in Chicano/Latino Studies


      To guide our students through their journey in obtaining a certificate or minor in Chicano/Latino Studies, we have created several course planning guides.

      For certificate course requirements, download 2015-2016 CHLA Certificate Course Requirements (PDF)

      For minor course requirements, download 2015-2016 CHLA Minor Course Requirements (PDF)

      For a course planning guide to bring to your advisor meetings, download Course Planning Guide (PDF)

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      Past Study Abroad:

      June 20–Aug 12, 2011
      Instructor:
      Hector H. Hernandez

      Applications & information available on-line at: http://oia.pdx.edu/ea/
      E-mail: hector2@pdx.edu
      or edabroad@pdx.edu