Latin American & Caribbean Checklist
| *Students in any major interested in developing a specialization in Latin America or the Caribbean may earn a concentration in Hispanic/Latin American and Caribbean Studies by successfully attaining the intermediate level of either Spanish (through SPAN 202) or French (through FREN 202). They must also complete six units as follows: two of five core courses, three electives, and a capstone Independent Study approved by the program coordinators. No more than two courses from the student's major may apply to the concentration and no more than three courses can be taken in the same discipline.
|HIST 272 Latin America
HIST 273 Latin American Revolutions
|POLI 225 Comparative Political Systems: Latin America||done||need|
|SPAN 312 Civilization and Culture: Spanish America
SPAN 323 Introduction to Literature: Spanish America
|*BUAD 333 Global Marketing||done||need|
|*ECON 247 International Trade and Finance||done||need|
|ENGL 220 Special Studies in Language and Literature||done||need|
|ENGL 301 Special Studies in Language and Literature||done||need|
|ENGL 310 Literatures of the African Diaspora||done||need|
|*ENGL 312 Studies in the Cross-Cultural Imagination||done||need|
|FREN 315 Francophone Societies||done||need|
|FREN 330 Technical and Business French||done||need|
|FREN 380 Special Studies in French Language, Literature, and Culture||done||need|
|HIST 272 Latin America||done||need|
|HIST 273 Latin American Revolutions||done||need|
|HIST 290 Special Studies||done||need|
|HIST 375 Issues in Latin American and Caribbean History||done||need|
|HIST 490 Research Seminar (as appropriate)||done||need|
|*POLI 352 Human Rights Policy||done||need|
|*RELG 130 Living Religions of the World||done||need|
|*SOCI 224 Race and Ethnicity||done||need|
|SPAN 315 Contemporary Issues: Spanish America||done||need|
|SPAN 330 Commercial Spanish||done||need|
|SPAN 340 Area Studies in Latin America||done||need|
|SPAN 380 Special Topics in Hispanic Life and Culture||done||need|
|*Special Topics courses, Internships, INQ and IL courses, and Honors courses where applicable and with permission of the program coordinators. No more than one of the electives can be general comparative world in focus (see asterisks).
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