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Latin American and Caribbean STUDIES

outdoor class

The minor consists of 18 credits, 9 credits (3 courses) of which must be taken from the following:

ANT 225 - Peoples and Cultures of Central and South America
 or ANT 331 - Peoples and Cultures of the Caribbean
GEO 325 - Latin America
HIS 229 - Cuba and Puerto Rico
 or HIS 372 - The Major Powers of Latin America
PSC 305 - Political Development
 or PSC 308 - Governments of Latin America
SPA 312 - Latin American Civilization (given in Spanish)

The remaining 9 credits (3 courses) are taken from the above courses or the following list of courses. An internship, independent study, or field work may be counted but not more than 3 credits of each. Other relevant courses may be
counted with the permission of the coordinator(s).

GEO 470 - Field Technique
LIT 382 - Contemporary Latin American Literature
PCH 490 - Health Studies Abroad
PSC 497 - Political Science Internship
SPA 402-403 - Spanish-American Literature


Kathleen Skoczen, coordinator
Professor of Anthropology
Phone: (203) 392-5679
Office: Engleman C 027B

Patricia Olney, coordinator
Associate Professor of Political Science 
Phone: (203) 392-6749
Office: Engleman C 234C