College of Liberal Arts
Latin American Studies
This minor is an interdisciplinary program of study drawing on existing courses in the fields of modern languages, political science, literature, theology, sociology, economics, history and fine arts.
The minor in Latin American studies consists of a minimum of six courses (18 credit hours).
Four courses (12 credit hours) are required. These are:
SPLA 335 Studies in Latin American Civilization (3)
SPLA 355 Studies in Latin American Literature (3)
PSLA 314 Comparative Political Systems: Latin America (3)
PSLA 335 Latin America in World Affairs (3)
The fifth and sixth courses can be any course that deals with Latin American topics.
For more information, please contact the program director, Dr. Diana Rodriguez-Lozano in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures.