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Latino/Latin American Studies Program Courses

ART 217: Collages: Alternative Expressions (3)

ANTH 250: Modern Latin America (3)

EDU 363/EDUG 479: Theoretical Foundations of ESL and Bilingual Education (3)

EDU 366/EDUG 482: Methods and Materials for Teaching in a Bilingual Program (3)

HIST 240: History of Latin America (3)

HIST 247: History of Mexico (3)

LS 101: Introduction to Latino/Latin American Studies (3)
This course will focus on the core concepts of Latino/Latin American studies: the historical development of Latino regions of the United States as well as the cultural experience and artistic voices of Latino communities in the United States. In English.

LS 250: Latino Literature (3)

LS 390: Independent Research in Latino Studies (1-3)
This course offers students an opportunity to engage in and receive credit for the following activities: Travel abroad, directed research or a Senior Seminar from any major where the instructor and L/LAS director agree upon an appropriate and related project. Students should work with the Latino studies program director and consult with current course and program offerings to determine which option best suits their needs and interests. 

POLSC 225: Latin American Politics (3)

SOC 225: Race and Ethnic Relations (3)

SPAN 205: Language and Culture I (3)
Prerequisite: SPAN 104 or placement. In Spanish.

SPAN 206: Language and Culture II (3)
Prerequisite: SPAN 104 or placement. In Spanish.

SPAN 207: Spanish for the Social Services I (3)
Prerequisite: SPAN 104 or placement. In Spanish.

SPAN 208: Spanish for the Social Services II (3)
Prerequisite: SPAN 104 or placement. In Spanish.

SPAN 210: Advanced Spanish Conversation (3)
Prerequisite: SPAN 104 or placement.

SPAN 215: Business Spanish I (3)
Prerequisite: SPAN 104 or placement. In Spanish.

SPAN 216: Business Spanish II (3)
Prerequisite: SPAN 104 or placement. In Spanish.

SPAN 231: Introduction to Hispanic Culture and Civilization I (3)
In English.

SPAN 232: Introduction to Hispanic Culture and Civilization II (3)
In English.

SPAN 300: Field Work (3)

SPAN 315: Imaginary Caribbean: Literature of Cuba and Puerto Rico (3)
In Spanish.

SPAN 316: Latin American Responses to Colonization (3)
In Spanish.

SPAN 317: The Narrative and Spectacle of the Mexican Revolution (3)
In English or Spanish.

Selected topic courses are occasionally offered by related disciplines that may also count towards the minor. Please consult with L/LAS program director.

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