The minor in Latin American and Caribbean Studies allows students to pursue an interdisciplinary course of study that provides a broad overview of Latin America and the Caribbean. Students are introduced to the principal historical, social, and cultural themes in the region, and through their electives, they are also able to develop more detailed knowledge of specific subjects in the region, such as the history of a particular country or the literature of a particular period.
A more detailed guide to our minor can be found here.
Please click HERE for a list of LACS-related classes offered in Summer 2022.
Stop by our office for addtional information and/or to declare your MINOR!SPRING 2024. LACS COURSES
HIS/POL 214 Modern Latin America
HIS 381 Chocolate, Coffee, and Cocaine: Global Commodity Histories, 1400-2000
WST 395 Borders in the Americas