Latin American Studies (Minor)
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- Course Descriptions
- Course descriptions can be found in the online PDF version of the Bulletin
The Latin American Studies minor intends to provide students with a better understanding of the Latin American cultures and people and also is directed to those students interested in serving the Hispanic community locally and nationally.
Requirements for the Latin American Studies Minor
|HIST368||Latin America since 1825||3|
|POL250||Latin American Politics||3|
Spanish Language or Literature
|One course above SPAN 105||3|
Choose two courses from the following list:
|ANTH249||Anthropology of Puerto Rico||3|
|HUM272||The Latino Experience in the U.S.||3|
|CLDV201||Cultures and Societies of the World: Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean||3|
|SPAN201||Hispanic-American Literature from its Origins through Modernismo||3|
|SPAN202||Hispanic-American Literature after Modernismo||3|
|SPAN203||Hispanic-American Short Story||3|
|SPAN304||Puerto Rican Literature||3|
|SPAN306||Indigenismo in 20th Century Hispanic-American Fiction||3|
|SPAN332||The Contemporary Hispanic-American Novel||3|
* Cannot be used to fulfill General Education and Minor Requirements.
Courses chosen to fulfill these minor requirements cannot be used to fulfill General Education and Major Requirements.