Courses

Suggested courses; alternatives by petition.  In order to count for the degree, a course must focus at least 50% on Latin America.  Students should work course choices out with the Concentration Advisors (CAs).
For courses with numbers below 400 in SPAN and PORT, and below 350 in any other department, students must write a proposal justifying why they are taking the class and outlining the additional work they will do in order to earn graduate credit.

Spring 2016

Core Courses

ANTHROPOLOGY

CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND HUMAN RIGHTS

DEVELOPMENT

HISTORY

POLITICAL ECONOMY

GOVERNMENT

LITERATURE AND CULTURAL STUDIES

SECURITY

GOVT-576 Civil War

Electives