Latin American & Caribbean Studies Minor
Latin American and Caribbean Studies is an interdisciplinary minor specializing in the histories, cultures, and social structures of these regions. The following is a brief description of the Program, for further information please click here.
The minor consists of 15 credits.
- Up to six credits may be counted from intermediate (200-level) or above-level courses in one or more of the languages of the region.
- The following courses are currently taught at Eastern (see below).
- Other Latin America-related courses from Eastern or other universities with the consent of the coordinator.
- Independent studies courses that focus on a Latin America-related issue.
|The following courses can be taken to meet the requirements of the minor|
|LAS-224||ART-224||Mexico: Art & Architecture||3|
|LAS-225||ANT-225||Contemporary Puerto Rican Culture and Society||3|
|LAS-240||ANT-240||Latinos in the United States||3|
|LAS-255||HIS-255||Introduction to Latin American History||3|
|LAS-318||SPA-318||Latin American Civilization||3|
|LAS-319||SPA-319||Hispanic Culture through Film||3|
|LAS-320||SPA-320||Spanish Literature I||3|
|LAS-321||SPA-321||Spanish Literature II||3|
|LAS-323||SPA-323||Readings in Latin American Literature||3|
|LAS-328||PSC-328||Latin American Politics||3|
|LAS-342||HIS-342||Modern Latin America||3|
|LAS-345||HIS-345||History of Mexico||3|
|LAS-347||HIS-347||History of Brazil||3|