The Mexican American Studies Department offers the interdisciplinary major in Mexican American Studies that leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree. The department also offers a minor and a certificate in Mexican American Studies.
The BA in Mexican American Studies requires a minimum of 36 semester hours, of which at least 18 will be advanced. The major also requires a minor in any OLLU-approved field, although students majoring in Mexican American Studies are encouraged to complete the requirements for a second ("double") major.
In addition to the Mexican American Studies Department, Our Lady of the Lake University's Center for Mexican American Studies and Research is a rich resource of valuable historic documents and information that include the Old Spanish Missions Historicial Research Collection and the Mexican American Collection.
Sister María Eva Flores, CDP, PhD
Fine Arts Building, Room 108
Mexican American Studies Department
411 S.W. 24th Street
San Antonio, Texas 78207-4689
Phone: 210-434-6711, ext. 2209
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