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Latin American and Latino Studies (Minor)
The Latin American and Latino Studies minor will help you explore the cultural contributions of the Latin American community to the global community and the traditions that developed in the region.
Core Requirements (2 courses / 8 credit hours)
|FOUNDING MYTHS AND CULTURAL CONQUEST IN LATIN AMERICA|
|STRUGGLE AND RESISTANCE IN LATIN AMERICA|
|MEDIA AND CULTURAL STUDIES ACROSS THE AMERICAS|
|LST 202||CONSTRUCTING LATINO COMMUNITIES||4|
Areas of Concentration (4 courses / 16 credit hours)
- Four elective courses, to be chosen in consultation with a program advisor. Minors are encouraged to take LST 390. Minors are suggested to focus in one of the four Areas of Concentration:
- Historical Processes and Interpretations of the Americas
- Contemporary Transformations in the Americas
- Cultural Studies of the Americas
- Latina/o Studies
Study Abroad Experience
Students are strongly encouraged to participate in DePaul's quarter abroad program in Merída, Mexico or one of the university's other short-term study abroad programs in Latin America.
Students are strongly encouraged to include an internship as part of their academic experience. Internships may be arranged with either a Latino community organization, a U.S.-based organization that focuses on Latin America, or, as part of a study abroad experience, with a public service organization in a Latin American country.
Students majoring in Latin American and Latino Studies (BA) are restricted from earning this minor.
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