About the Chicano/Latino Studies Program

The Chicano/Latino Studies Program at Michigan State University serves both scholarly and community needs. Its academics include an undergraduate specialization and a PhD program.

We invite you to explore our website and learn more about what the Chicano/Latino Studies Program has to offer.

For more information about the program, please contact the director, Sheila Contreras at sheilac@msu.edu or by phone at 517-353-8685.

 

CLS Graduate Courses 2015-16

Provided below is a tentative schedule for CLS graduate courses for 2015-16. Please check the Registrar's website for the most up-to-date information.

 

Summer 2015

CLS 893e   Section 1 – Contreras

                 Section 2 – Ayala

                 Section 3 – Juenke

 

CLS 894     Contreras

CLS 999

 

Fall 2015

 

CLS 896     Juenke     (T Noon-2:50 PM, 200 S. Kedzie)

                 Topic: Latino and Chicano Politics in the United States

CLS 811     Contreras (W 1-4, 200 S. Kedzie )

CLS 893e    Section 1 – Contreras

                  Section 2 – Ayala

                  Section 3 – Juenke

CLS 894      Contreras

CLS 999

 

SSC 290      Ayala (TTH 830-950, Berkey)

 

Spring 2016

 

SSC 290      Ayala  (MW 830-950, Berkey)

CLS 893e     Section 1 – Contreras

                   Section 2 – Ayala

                   Section 3 – Juenke

CLS 894       Contreras

CLS 896       TBD

CLS 999

 

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