International Studies

Latin America Concentration

15 credit hours of courses are required, with a minimum of 12 hours at 300 level or above. Courses must come from at least two disciplinary areas:

  • ANT 304 - South American Indians
  • ANT 310 - The Ancient Maya
  • ANT 315 - Ancient Mesoamerica
  • ANT 317 - Social Issues in Latin America
  • FST 382 - Contemporary Latin American Cinema
  • FST 383 - Introduction to Latin American Cinema
  • GGY 383 - Geography of the Caribbean
  • GGY 386 - Geography of Latin America
  • HST 367 - History of Colonial Latin America
  • HST 368 - History of Modern Latin America
  • HST 369 - History of Brazil
  • HST 370 - History of the Caribbean
  • HST 485 - Topics in Latin American History
  • INT 345 - Topics in Latin America
  • INT 480 - Global Issues *
  • INT 495 - Seminar in International Studies *
  • INT 499 - Honors Work in International Studies *
  • NSG 445 - Nursing in Barbados
  • PAR 378 - Caribbean Religions
  • PLS 332 - Politics of Central America and the Caribbean
  • PLS 333 - Politics of South America
  • PLS 342 - Race and Politics in the Americas
  • PRT 210 - Literatures of the Portuguese-Speaking World in Translation: Topics
  • PRT 312 - Cultures of the Portuguese-Speaking World
  • PRT 322 - Introduction to the Literatures of the Portuguese-Speaking World
  • PRT 422 - Studies on Cinema, Literature, and Culture of the Portuguese-Speaking World
  • SPN 210 - Spanish-American Literature in Translation: Topics
  • SPN 212 - Latin America Today
  • SPN 312 - Spanish-American Civilization
  • SPN 322 - Introduction to Spanish-American Literature
  • SPN 412 - Topics in Spanish-American Civilization
  • SPN 422 - Topics in Spanish-American Literature

Please Note:

  • some courses have prerequisites or co-requisites.
  • Study Abroad courses often fulfill concentration requirements
  • courses with an * count only if topic is if applicable to the concentration.