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California State University, Northridge
Chicano and Chicana Studies B.A.

The Chicana/o Studies Department was established in 1969 in response to the educational needs of Chicana/o students. It was designed as an interdisciplinary department to offer a Chicana/o perspective within traditional disciplines, and to provide students with an awareness of the social, political, economic, historical, and cultural realities in our society. This major is particularly suited for those students preparing to enter the fields of teaching or social work. It is also a preparation for those intending to enter various graduate and professional fields, such as history, sociology, psychology, library science, political science, social welfare, law, and urban studies.

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  CSU GE-Breadth/IGETC recommended for this major? Yes
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