Brigham Young University. Mexican American Studies Program

The Mexican American Studies program was created in 1979 under the direction of the Center for International and Area Studies which was jointly sponsored and administered by the College of Humanities and the College of Social Sciences. J. Halvor Clegg served as program coordinator from 1979 to 1984.

Variant names

Brigham Young University. College of Social Sciences. Mexican American Studies

Brigham Young University. College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences. Mexican American Studies

Brigham Young University. College of Humanities. Mexican American Studies

Brigham Young University. Center for International and Area Studies. Mexican American Studies.

Description

Established: 1979

Abolished: 1984

Location: Provo, Utah (1979-1984)

Functions

The Mexican American Studies Program is designed to give the student both a rich background in the language, culture, and conditions of the Mexican American and specific job training. The program gave students the opportunity to receive a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts degrees.

Assets and Administrative Structure

The studies program was administered by a program coordinator, under the direction of the college dean. This program was under the direction of the Center for International Studies which was jointly sponsored by the College of Social Sciences and the College of Humanities.

Associated Units

Superior unit: Brigham Young University. College of Humanities (1979-1984)

Associated Archival Materials

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Sources

Brigham Young University General Catalog, 1979-1980: p. 168 (program functions) p. 251 (J. Halvor Clegg (1979-1980))

Brigham Young University General Catalog, 1983-1984: p. 121 (program jointly administered)

Maintenance Information

Record ID: EAC-2009-00449

Creator: RSP