Latin American and Latinx Studies, Minor

Liberal Arts (Code 341-401)

Minimum 24 semester credits including: 1
Required Courses-14 credits
LAS 150Introduction to Latin American Studies3
LAS 222Introduction to U.S. Latino History and Culture3
SPAN 201Intermediate Spanish I4
SPAN 202Intermediate Spanish II4
Electives-at least 10 credits from the following:
Indigenous Theory and Methodologies
Language in Culture and Society
Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Ancient Art and Architecture of Mexico and Central America
Art of Tawantinsuyo
Women and Economic Development
Social Foundations: Human Relations
Global Environmental and Public Health
Introduction to Public Health
Sustainability Basics and Beyond
Water Problems, Water Solutions
International Environmental Problems and Policy
Second Language Acquisition Theory
Human Geography
Conservation of the Environment
Honors Colloquium in Humanities with Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity
Latin America Through Independence
Latin America Since Independence
Music and Dance of Latin America
Politics of Latin America
Geography of Latin America
Latin American Literature in Translation
Latin American Civilization
Latin American Civilization: Regional Focus
Economic Development of Latin America
Latin American Studies Immersion Experience
Directed Studies
Internship 2
Special Topics
Internship with Language Immersion 2
Mathematics in Latin American Cultures
Cross Cultural Health
Environmental Ethics
Indigenous Religions of the Americas
Race and Ethnicity in the U.S.
Social Class and Inequality
Seminar in Hispanic Linguistics Research
Women of Color Feminisms
Transnational Feminism
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Advanced Travel Seminar (when offered as Women in Nicaragua)
Language Immersion Requirement 3

Note: Students who pursue Latin American and Latinx Studies and Spanish liberal arts program combinations will need to earn at least 48 unique credits between any major-minor or  major-certificate program combinations and 54 unique credits between any major-major program combinations for purposes of meeting graduation requirements for first and second degree programs.