Students may begin their work on Latin America through the Related Concentration in Latin American Studies. This program of study, similar to a minor, is designed for students who want to learn about the cultures and societies of Latin American/the Caribbean, as well as for those who are considering a career with a specialization in the area. Requirements for the Related Concentration in Latin American Studies:
- ONE (1) Latin American area studies course in the student's major and FOUR (4) Latin American area studies courses in at least two departments other than the major -- For students majoring in departments in which no Latin American courses are offered, the requirement is 5 Latin American area courses in at least three different departments.
- 2 years (four terms) of college-level Spanish, Portuguese, Quechua or the equivalent -- Equivalent proficiency in the language may be proven through examination.
- Completion of the e-porfolio.
To schedule an advising appointment with Luis Van Fossen Bravo, the CLAS Academic Advisor, click here.
To enroll in the Certificate or the Related Concentration in Latin America follow the instructions in the following link: Guide to enroll.