Latino/a and Latin American Studies (Co-Major)
Completion of the Center's Co-Major Program leads to a co-major degree in the field of Latino/a and Latin American Studies. This multidisciplinary program of study is designed to strengthen the career preparation of students in all majors who plan to work in national and international multicultural environments where knowledge about Latin America, the Caribbean, Latino/a Studies, and multicultural diversity would be a valuable asset. Completion of the co-major is noted on the student's transcript.
Students submit a Declaration of Major Form at the beginning of their junior year.
Students must complete fifteen credits in the following core courses and a minimum of eighteen credits from the list of elective courses. Appropriate courses may be substituted with the prior approval of the Center's Director.
|Select five of the following:||15|
|Chicano/a Literature and Culture|
|Puerto Rican Literature and Culture|
|History of Mexico|
|History of Puerto Rico and Cuba|
|History of Latino/as in the United States|
|Seminar in Latino/a Urban Problems|
|Select eighteen credits of the following:||18|
|The Inca and their Ancestors|
|Cultures and Societies of Latin America|
|Special Topics in History|
|Politics of Latin America|
|Introduction to Colonial Latin American Literature|
or SPA 4640
|Introduction to Modern and Contemporary Latin American Literature|
|Spanish American Cultures and their Traditions|
|Colonial Latin American Studies|
|Latin American Novel in the 20th and 21st Centuries|
|Spanish American Poetry|
|Latin American Novel to 1900|