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B.A. in Latin American Studies

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Latin American Studies is an interdisciplinary degree that is taught in a variety of departments: History, Political Science, Geography and Pan-African Studies. Additional elective courses are offered in Anthropology, Economics, English, Justice Studies, Modern and Classical Language Studies, Music and Sociology.

See the Undergraduate Catalog at http://www1.kent.edu/catalog/2009/CollegesPrograms/AS/LAS.cfm for complete information.

Students majoring in Latin American studies must complete Intermediate II of either Spanish or Portuguese.

The following courses in MCLS are available as electives:

MCLS
28403
Hispanics in the United States (3)
 
 
28404
The Latin American Experience (3)
 
 
37143
African-Brazilian Experience in Culture and Literature (3)
 
The following courses are taught in Portuguese. Students must meet the
prerequisites prior to enrolling.
PORT
37330 Early Brazilian Literature (3)  
 
37331 Recent Brazilian Literature (3)  
 
37421 Luso-Brazilian Civilization (3)  
The following courses are taught in Spanish. Students must meet the
prerequisites prior to enrolling.
SPAN
38334
Early Spanish American Literature (3)
 
 
38335
Recent Spanish American Literature (3)
 
 
38424
Culture and Civilization of Latin America (3)
 
 
48216
Contemporary Hispanic Culture (3)
 
 
48372
Spanish American Novel I (3)
 
 
48373
Spanish American Novel II (3)
 
 
48374
Modern Spanish American Drama (3)
 
 
48376
Contemporary Spanish American Short Story (3)
 
 
48378
U.S. Latina/o Writers (3)

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