We Are the IIS Division.  Welcome!

Included in our Division are the ICS departments, International/Global studies, and 12 World Language Departments.  We work with students to develop a sophisticated knowledge base and critical understanding of the multiple definitions and elements of culture, including the psychology, history, and sociology of language, politics, and power dynamics in human relationships at the individual, interpersonal, and institutional/systemic levels. 

We welcome you to explore our course offerings that can lead to certificates and degrees in areas that can build your capacity to work effectively on a wide range of areas, including but not limited to fields of community advocacy, education, public policy, etc. and also enhance your effectiveness and desirability in a number of other careers and vocations.  And, specifically regarding our ICS course offerings, De Anza College so clearly recognizes the importance of what every person needs to understand through our ICS/Ethnic Studies courses, that we are the only program on Campus for which talking at least one course is a requirement for graduation; that is, De Anza College's "ICS Requirement" for graduation with an AA or AS degree. (ICS and ICS-created courses are indicated by an asterisk in the College Catalog.)  


Summer  2020 Featured Courses

  • ICS 30 Chicano/A Latina/O Arts: Instructor: Angelia Loyola CRN: 12555 Fully Online.
  • INTL 11: Vietnamese Literature
    Instructor: Caparas Francesca CRN: 13012 Fully Online.

  • ICS 5.62Z:  Fully Online
    Instructor: Nancy Olsen CRN: 13109

  • JAPN D001 : ELEM JAPN 1 QTR
    Instructor: Kuo-Min Jin CRN: 10854 Fully Online

  • INTL 10 62Z Fully on line Instructor So Kam Lee CRN : 13107


Location:

The IIS Division Office is also located in De Anza’s Multicultural Center (MCC) (map), one of the hearts of our Campus, where individuals, small student groups, sent organizations of all kinds come to study, plan and organize together, hold meetings and special events, and engage in a variety of community-building activities with a multicultural flavor.  The Multicultural Center is supported by DASB funding, so please do come and use this communal space!


Departments & Areas of Study


 

Dean's Office

Edmundo Norte

Division Dean

408.864.8443
norteedmundo@deanza.edu


Mary Medrano

Division Administrative Assistant

408.864.8769
408.864.5491
medranomary@deanza.edu


Spring Hours:

The Campus is closed per COVID-19-related guidance.

IIS Division Administrative Assistant schedule:

 Monday- Friday

 8:00 AM-12PM and 1PM-5PM

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