Chicano and Latino Studies
College of Liberal Arts
Department Chair: Luis Arroyo
Department Office: Faculty Offices (FO) 3-300
Telephone: (562) 985-4644
Faculty: Luis Arroyo, Juan Benitez, Gabriel Estrada, Jose Lopez (Emeritus), Jose Moreno, Rigoberto Rodriguez, Anna Sandoval, Victor Rodriguez
Department Secretary: Esperanza Contreras
Students desiring information should contact the department office for referral to the academic advisor.
Academic Advisor: Anna Sandoval
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Chicano and Latino Studies courses are designed to
train students to work effectively in multicultural
settings, to enhance their analytical and technological skills, and to provide them a profound understanding of the Chicano and Latino experiences in the United States. The department offers programs to serve the interests and goals of (1) those entering a variety of occupations; (2) teachers, counselors, administrators; (3) majors in other fields such as history, sociology, psychology, economics, literature, anthropology, who wish to include additional scope to their field of study.