Minor - Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Students seeking a minor in Latin American and Caribbean Studies must complete 18 hours as follows:

Required Course (3 hours):
LACS 1000 3

Electives (15 hours):
One Latin American History course (HIST(LACS) 2221 or HIST(LACS) 2222) 3

An advanced course in one language from the region (SPAN 3010 or SPAN 3010H or PORT 3010 or FREN 3010 or FREN 3010H )

Three LACS courses representing two or more of the three areas of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, which include: Social Sciences; Humanities, Art, and Music; and Environmental Science, Policy, and Historical Preservation.

Twelve (12) credits must be in upper-division courses (above the 3000 level).

Students are expected to fulfill any course prerequisite requirements as directed.

All courses used to satisfy the minor requirement must be passed with a grade of "C" (2.0) or better.

Students are subject to the residency requirements of the University for completion of the Bachelor's degree.


For more information about minor course work, contact:
Kathleen Schmaltz