Thursday, November 3, 2011

Growth of Hispanics leads to new class offering at TCC

With the Hispanic population booming in the U.S. and Tulsa, it makes sense for Tulsa Community College to offer classes that pertain to this population's historical influence on America. TCC is offering a new class this fall and in spring 2012 called Hispanic American History to do just that.

Professor Daniel Chaboya is teaching the class from 5:30-8:20 p.m. on Wednesdays at TCC's Metro Campus. The course call number is 24379.

Here is the rundown from Chaboya:

This interdisciplinary course introduces you to the important historical, cultural, political and social experiences of Hispanic Americans. You will examine the struggles, triumphs and contributions of this multifaceted ethnic group with emphasis on the history of the United States to explain the contemporary status of Hispanic Americans. For more information: 918-595-7544 or

To read an article about the growth of the Hispanic population in the Tulsa World, click here.

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