Latin American Studies Minor
Maria L. Amado, Department of Sociology & Anthropology
This minor offers an interdisciplinary approach to cultures, history and current issues of the area. An acquaintance with a diverse cultural tradition will broaden students’ perspectives and help them understand and appreciate the achievement of societies with different cultural values and behavioral patterns. In so doing, the program fosters a critical understanding of global interdependence in the 21st century.
The minor requires a minimum of 16 credit hours (four courses). Spanish language courses are not acceptable; however, content courses taught in Spanish are. To provide depth, at least one of the four courses must be at the 300 level or above.
|Select four of the following:||16|
|Economic and Social Development: “‘Beneath’ the United States.”|
|Colonial Latin America|
|Modern Latin America|
|Race and Ethnicity in Latin America|
|SOAN 331||Latinx Migration Patterns||4|
|Contemporary Latin America|
|Culture and Society: Mexico, Central America and Caribbean|
|Culture and Society: South America|
|Film, Life and Literature of Latin America|
|Senior Seminar: Latin America|
Total credit hours required for Latin American studies minor is 16 credits