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UNDERGRADUATE BULLETIN 2005 - 2007
Latin American Studies Concentration
Bringing together the courses relevant to the study of Latin American culture, social structure, religion, politics, literature, and history, this concentration seeks to enhance a student's liberal arts education through the attainment of a basic level of expertise in Latin American studies. Depending on the particular major, Latin American Studies prepares students for advanced studies or for a career in business, journalism, government, or non governmental organizations related to this crucial region of the world.
The concentration is administered by the Latin American Studies Concentration Committee (LASCC). The LASCC is composed of faculty from several departments in the College of Arts and Sciences.
While requirements are flexible to accommodate students with different interests and majors, the concentration allows and encourages a focus.
Coordinators: Dr. María Marsilli, Department of History; Dr. Dwight Hahn, Department of Political Science.
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