Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LACS) Major
A major in Latin American and Caribbean Studies introduces you to the traditions, heritage and contemporary experience of Latin American nations and their people. As a student, you will be able to develop critical language and cultural skills that serve as the foundation for careers in public service, business, humanitarian work, law, and health care. Students with multidisciplinary backgrounds are provided with a broad understanding of multiple academic areas with the unifying context of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Requirements for A.B. Degree
Area VI Requirements:
9 hours selected from the following list:
- Any LACS 1000 or 2000 level courses
- Any QUEC, SPAN, PORT, or FREN 1000 or 2000 level courses (secondary level)
- ROML/SPAN 2550, PTSP 2500, GEOG 1101, MUSI 2070, AESC 2990S, DANCE 2620, ETAP 2200, INTL 1100, ANTH 1102, WMST 1110
Up to 9 hours of language courses can be used to satisfy Area VI requirements.
SPAN 3010, PORT 3010, or FREN 3000+
SPAN, PORT, or FREN 3000+
Upper Division requirement
9 3000/4000 level LACS courses
For a downloadable version of our LACS Major Checklist, click here: LACS Major Requirements Worksheet
For more information contact Frans Weiser, email@example.com.