Dec 10, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Latin American Studies Minor


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Directors:
Diana Rodriguez-Lozano (Foreign Languages and Literatures) Amanda L. Beal (Political Science)

The Latin American studies minor is an interdisciplinary program drawing on existing courses in the fields of modern languages, political science, literature, sociology, economics, history and fine arts. This minor introduces students to an understanding of Latin American culture, language, politics and society. The minor will be of particular value for students majoring in disciplines which otherwise lack a regional focus and for which a regional focus would be complementary (business and economics, political science, history, sociology, etc.). The minor consisted of six courses (18 credits).

Minor Requirements


18 Credits:

Note


Students can also participate in one of the 1-credit abroad experiences and work with Dr. Rodriguez-Lozano or Dr. Beal to fulfill a 3-credit independent study elective. Please contact one of the Directors for more information on this option or to request approval for other relevant courses.

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