BC to offer new Mexican-American Studies course
The Brazosport College Department of History is offering a new course that will introduce students to ancient Native-American civilization, Spanish-Mexican American pioneers and much more.
Taught by Dr. Alisa Petrovich, Mexican-American Studies I (History 2327) allows students to learn the history of Texas, New Mexico, California, Colorado, Arizona, Florida and all points in between.
In this course, students will walk into the ancient world of the Aztec, break the mystery of the Anasazi people, pillage and plunder with buccaneers, and explore with the conquerors, settlers and pioneers who make up the Spanish-Mexican American people in the United States.
Mexican-American Studies I is an interactive course, complete with group projects, multicultural events and even food tasting. The class will be offered from 8:10 to 9:25 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning the Fall 2015 semester.
For more information, call Dr. Petrovich at (979) 230-3659.