The Latin American and Latina/Latino Studies Minor engages students in interdisciplinary study of Spanish and Portuguese-speaking nations in the Americas and the Latina/Latino presence in the United States. Each participating student develops an individualized minor within the parameters established under the general requirements by drawing from a set of approved courses in literary and cultural studies, history, and languages. The primary objective of the minor is to foster greater understanding of the peoples and societies of the Western Hemisphere. Such understanding is crucial to participation in ongoing intrahemispheric debates over issues such as immigration from Latin America to the United States, trade policy, and the nature of democracy.
Latin American and Latina/Latino Studies Minor Requirements
|One 400-level course||3|
|No more than one course at the 200-level||3|
|One LCS course in Latin American and/or Latina/Latino literature, film, or culture||3|
|One HIS course in Latin American and/or Latina/Latino history||3|
Spanish language option: Students may count up to two approved ML-SP courses in advanced (300 or 400 level) Spanish.
A minimum of 12 credit hours is required for the minor.