Five-Year Cooperative Programs
CLAS has partnered with 16 American Universities to allow undergraduate students with a demonstrated commitment to the field the opportunity to complete both a Bachelor's degree and a Master of Arts in Latin American Studies in a total of five years. The standards for admission into the five-year cooperative program are based on the guidelines established for the MA program. In addition to the MA requirements, successful applicants generally are Latin American Studies majors with a minimum overall GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. Applicants to the Five-Year Cooperative Degree Program are not required to submit GRE scores.
Students from our partner schools who intend to enroll in the Five-Year Cooperative Program should declare interest during their junior year and apply during their senior year. Georgetown undergraduate students should apply during their junior year to ensure the most efficient transition. For updated deadlines and further information about the application process, please visit the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences admissions website.
In addition to Georgetown University undergraduates enrolled in the School of Foreign Service or Georgetown College, students at the following sixteen institutions are currently eligible to apply for the Five-Year Cooperative Degree Program:
- May 22, All day: PLEN Women and International Policy Seminar
- May 23, 5pm-7:30pm: Foreign Service Oral Assessment (FSOA) Information Session
- May 23, All day: PLEN Women and International Policy Seminar
- May 24, All day: PLEN Women and International Policy Seminar
- May 29, 2:30pm-3:30pm: Fulbright Webinar: Meet Some Alumni
- Jun 6, 6pm-9pm: Network after Work
- Jun 20, 5pm-7:30pm: Foreign Service Oral Assessment (FSOA) Info Session
- Jul 31, 5pm-7:30pm: Foreign Service Oral Assessment (FSOA) Info Session
Mexican Senator Ninfa Salinas Sada Joins Georgetown University’s Center for Latin American Studies Advisory Board
Emily Gereffi (MALAS '05)
Emily Gereffi (MALAS '05 and BSFS '02) is an International Trade Specialist in the Office of Western Hemisphere at the Department of Commerce.