Mexican - American StudiesAssociate in Arts Degree Available at: East CampusHelpful Links:Talk to an AdvisorCatalogAcademic CalendarCourse SchedulesDel Mar College uses the Texas Common Application.Clicking this link will take you to Becoming a VikingApply Online NowProgram OverviewThe student learning outcomes for the program are derived from and linked to the student learning outcomes of the field-of-study courses. They are clear, concise, and measureable statements that specify what a student is expected to know or be able to do at the completion of the program. Registration continues for the following eight-week courses that begin on Oct. 20. Both HUMA 1305 and GOVT 2311 can be taken for academic credit OR continuing education credit. HUMA 1305 Intro to Mexican-American Studies GOVT 2311 Mexican-American Politics The student learning outcomes are listed below.Graduates in Mexican-American Studies will demonstrate an understanding of the historical, political, and contemporary experiences of Mexican-American men and women in the United States, specifically in the region of South Texas.Graduates in Mexican-American Studies will summarize demographic trends in the Unites States of the past, present, and future.Graduates in Mexican-American Studies will recognize the main elements of the Mexican-American aesthetics as displayed in literature, language, music, visual arts, and cultural practices.Graduates in Mexican-American Studies will practice and demonstrate oral, written, and research skills.