Puerto Rican Studies (Minor)

Arts and Sciences
Foreign Languages, ESL and Humanities

The Online Bulletin is for information purposes only. Current students must complete the requirements as outlined in the York Bulletin as applicable.
Course Descriptions
Course descriptions can be found in the online PDF version of the Bulletin

The Puerto Rican Studies minor intends to provide students with a better understanding of the Puerto Rican and Caribbean cultures, and is directed to those students interested in serving the Puerto Rican community locally and nationally.

Effective Fall 2014  

Minor Discipline Requirements


Required Courses

PRST241 Puerto Ricans in New York 
PRST242 Puerto Rican Society/Culture I 
PRST243 Puerto Rican Society/Culture II 

Choose two courses from the following list

ANTH243 Anthropology of the Caribbean 
ANTH244 Anthropology of Latin America 
ANTH249 Anthropology of Puerto Rico 
FA395 Latin American Art 
HIST367 Colonial Latin America 
HIST368 Latin America since 1825 
HUM272 The Latino Experience in the U.S 
POL250 Latin American Politics 
POL251 Puerto Rican Politics 
POL252 Cuban Politics 
CLDV201 Culture/Societies of the World: Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean* 
SPAN201 Hispanic-American Literature from its Origins through Modernismo 
SPAN202 Hispanic-American Literature after Modernismo 
SPAN203 Hispanic-American Short Story 
SPAN304 Puerto Rican Literature 
SPAN332 The Contemporary Hispanic-American Novel 

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