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Latin American and Caribbean Studies Minor

The Latin American and Caribbean Studies minor consists of 15 credits.

  1. 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.
  2. The following courses are currently taught at Eastern (see below).
  3. Other Latin America-related courses from Eastern or other universities with the consent of the coordinator.
  4. 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 credits

LAS-225, ANT-225
Contemporary Puerto Rican Culture and Society - 3 credits

LAS-240, ANT-240
Latinos in the United States - 3 credits

LAS-255, HIS-255
Introduction to Latin American History - 3 credits

LAS-318, SPA-318
Latin American Civilization - 3 credits

LAS-319, SPA-319
Hispanic Culture through Film - 3 credits

LAS-320, SPA-320
Spanish Literature I - 3 credits

LAS-321, SPA-321
Spanish Literature II - 3 credits

LAS-323, SPA-323
Readings in Latin American Literature - 3 credits

LAS-328, PSC-328
Latin American Politics - 3 credits

LAS-342, HIS-342
Modern Latin America - 3 credits

LAS-345, HIS-345
History of Mexico - 3 credits

LAS-346, HIS-346
Central America - 3 credits

LAS-347, HIS-347
History of Brazil - 3 credits