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.
Minor Discipline Requirements
|HIST368||Latin America since 1825||3|
|POL250||Latin American Politics||3|
Spanish language or literature:
|One course above the 105 level||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.