B.A. Modern Languages/Concentration in Latin American Studies
The Concentration in Latin American Studies consists of 40-43 credit hours, 15-16 of which must be completed in the Portuguese Studies Program starting in PORT 201, 202, and followed by 7-8 credit hours of additional courses in Portuguese at the 300-level or above.
ANTH 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 4 HIST 352 Colonial Latin America 3 HIST 353 Modern Latin America 4 LAS 363 Seminar: Topics in Latin American Studies 3
MLAN 360 Seminar in Modern Languages 3 ANTH 325 Regional Studies in Cultural Anthropology - South American Indians 4 ANTH 461 Latinos in the United States 3 MLAN 320 Internship in Latin American Studies 3 POL 203 Global Politics 4 POL 317 Politics and Society 3 POL 341 The Politics of Developing Nations 3
Or a 400-level Spanish or Portuguese course in Latin American literature, film, culture, etc. 3
Choose Track 1 or Track 2
Track 1: Brazil
PORT 201 Conversation and Composition 4 PORT 202 Composition and Conversation 4 PORT 304 Brazilian Literature and Culture 4
One additional course in Portuguese at the 300-level or above 3-4
Two courses in Spanish 6-8
Track 2: Spanish-Speaking Latin America
SPAN 201 Conversation and Composition 4 SPAN 202 Composition and Conversation 4 SPAN 312 Latin American Literature and Culture: Pre-Eighteenth Century 4
SPAN 313 Latin American Literature and Culture: From Eighteenth Century 4
Two courses in Portuguese 6-8
For more information contact the Chair of Modern Languages.