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Latin American & Caribbean Studies Minor

Latin American and Caribbean Studies is an interdisciplinary minor specializing in the histories, cultures, and social structures of the region. The minor consists of 15 credits.

  • Up to six credits may be counted from intermediate (200-level or above) courses in one or more of the languages of the region.
  • The following courses can be taken to meet the requirement: 
    • LAS-224/ART-224 Mexico: Art & Architecture
    • LAS-225/ANT-225 Contemporary Puerto Rican Culture and Society
    • LAS-240/ANT-240 Latinos in the United States
    • LAS-255/HIS-255 Introduction to Latin American History
    • LAS-318/SPA-318 Latin American Civilization
    • LAS-319/SPA-319 Hispanic Culture through Film
    • LAS-320/SPA-320 Spanish Literature I
    • LAS-321/SPA-321 Spanish Literature II
    • LAS-323/SPA-323 Readings in Latin American Literature
    • LAS-328/PSC-328 Latin American Politics
    • LAS-342/HIS-342 Modern Latin America
    • LAS-345/HIS-345 History of Mexico
    • LAS-346/HIS-346 Central America
    • LAS-347/HIS-347 History of Brazil
  • 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.
For more information


perezr@easternct.edu
(860) 465-0191