College of Communication > Academics > Minors and Concentrations > Latino Media & Communication (Minor)
The minor in Latino Media and Communication is comprised of six courses. The minor allows students within the college and from other colleges, who have a strong interest in focusing their interest in Latino Studies, to develop them within the communication field. Students opting to pursue a minor in Latino Media and Communication may not pursue a concentration in the same subject area.
The program educates students to think critically about all aspects of media and communication, with a particular focus on Latino media and Latino communities. Coursework will provide students with the applied skills necessary to create communication strategies which effectively reach the Latino segment of the population, based on an understanding of Latino cultures in the US and grounded in an understanding of its cultural, economic and sociological aspects.
Students who complete the minor will:
Cross-listed with LST 300 Transnational Communities: Puerto Rico/ABD Fall Quarter.
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