Welcome to LMAS! The Latino/a and Mexican-American Studies minor (or LMAS) at Texas A&M University invites students from all colleges to investigate the experiences and contributions of Latina/os in the United States and abroad. Students minoring in LMAS will receive instruction from interdisciplinary faculty across the colleges in the areas of History, Sociology, English, Anthropology, Psychology, Communications, Political Science, Health, Geography, Education and Hispanic Studies.
The courses provide students with a broad knowledge about Latina/os frequently omitted from the common curriculum, centered in the experiences of Latina/os. This educational experience provides an important pathway to multiple career choices.
Topics covered in the courses include race/ethnicity, gender, politics, religion, education, labor, immigration, and major historical events like the Chicano and Puerto Rican civil rights movements and the social and demographic characteristics of Latina/os.
If you have further questions you may contact the ICS Academic Advisor, Brianna Edwards, firstname.lastname@example.org, Undergraduate Student Services Office, Coke 202, 979 845-5143, Office Hours are M-F, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. by appointment only, and 1:15 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. walk-ins, (for appointment go to https://tamu.campus.eab.com/home; for location select LA-Undergraduate Programs Office [Coke Building]; for appointment type select LA-General Advising); or the LMAS Program Coordinator, Dr. Sonia Hernández at email@example.com. Find us & Like us on Facebook: Latino/a and Mexican American Studies Minor