Latin American and Caribbean Studies - Course of Study

See Latin American and Caribbean Studies course descriptions from our catalog for more information 

Applied Ethics

AE 384 Reflections on the Environment: Focus on Latin America and the Caribbean

Art History 
AH 142 Art of Early Modern Spain and Latin America
AH 242 Arts of Spain and its World, 1474 to 1700

BI 79 Latin American Ecosystems
BI 318 Vertebrate Zoology with Laboratory*
BI 319 Tropical Insect Biodiversity*
BI 383 Coral Reef Ecology Seminar*

Business, Dolan School
IS 350 International Information Systems*

EC 120 Environmental Economics
EC 130 Haiti: An Economic Perspective
EC 230 Comparative Economic Systems: Latin America*
EC 235 Economic Development*

EN 105 African Diaspora: Literature and Culture
EN 114/FR 295 Caribbean Literature: History, Culture and Identity
EN 123 Colonial Contacts & Flights
EN 282 Introduction to Latino Literature
EN 375 Caribbean Women Writers

HI 277 Mexico: Cortés to NAFTA
HI 287 A Green History of Latin America
HI 288 Colonial Latin America, 1492 to 1810
HI 289 Modern Latin America, 1800 to Present

International Studies
IL 295 Seminar in International Studies*

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LAC 300 Justice and the Developing World
LAC 301 Latin America and the United States
LAC 373 Internship in Latin America and the Caribbean
LAC 399 Independent Study

MU 122 World Music and Ensemble*

Nursing, School of
NS 330 Public Health Nursing*

PO 142 Latin American Politics

Religious Studies
RS 235 Liberation Theology

Sociology and Anthropology
SO 185 Introduction to International Migration*
SO 188 Contemporary Latin American and Caribbean Society
SO 191 Social Change in Developing Nations*

Spanish (Only one from courses below)
SP 253 Spanish American Civilization
SP 271 Hispanic Film
SP 303 From Empire to Modernization in Spanish Literature
SP 305 Popular Culture in Latin America
SP 353 Spanish American Narrative
SP 359 Culture, Civilization, and Literature in the Spanish-American Caribbean Region
SP 360 Dictatorship and Revolutionary Movements in Contemporary Latin America
SP 363 Literature and Culture of the Hispanic Caribbean Migration and Diaspora
SP 371 Images of Latin American Indians
SP 381 Coodinating Seminar: Exit Research Study*

See departmental listings for course descriptions. Note that some of the courses listed above are instructor dependent (noted with *), in that not all sections of a particular course may be suitable for LACS pro­gram credit.