Latin American & Hemispheric Studies

The graduate certificate in Latin American & Hemispheric Studies requires a minimum of eighteen credit hours consisting of six courses. Those six courses must be taken in at least 3 different disciplines. Two of the six courses may be courses not on this list of suggested courses, given the approval of the Office of Academic Affairs and Student Services.

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Suggested Courses

Anthropology:

ANTH 6702 Cultures of South America

IAFF 6343 Indigenous Social Movements

Economics:

ECON 6285 Economic Development of Latin America – Prerequisite: Intermediate macro and micro economics.

ECON 6295 Special Topics in Economics

IAFF 2190W Political Economy of Latin America

IAFF 6358 Special Topics in Latin American and Hemispheric Studies:
– Remittances in Latin America

Geography:

GEOG 6261 Geographical Perspectives on Latin America

History:

HIST 6710/ 6711 Readings/Research Seminar - Topics in Modern Latin America

IAFF 3187 Mexico since Independence

IAFF 6358 Special Topics in Latin American and Hemispheric Studies:
– Brazil in the Global Arena

International Affairs:

IAFF 3187 Special Topics in International Affairs:
– Ethnicity and Conflict in the Andes
– Mexico since Independence
– Venezuela and the Political Economy of Oil

IAFF 2190W Political Economy of Latin America

IAFF 6138 Special Topics in International Development Studies:
– Development Paradigms in Latin America

IAFF 6341 LAHSP Cornerstone Course - Latin America: Problems and Promise

IAFF 6342 Drug Trafficking in the Americas

IAFF 6343 Special Topics in Latin American and Hemispheric Studies
– Brazil in the Global Arena
– Remittances & Development in Latin America
– Indigenous Social Movements
– The Inter-American System and Democracy

Political Science:

PSC 6383 Governments and Politics of Latin America

PSC 6484 International Relations of Latin America

IAFF 6358 Special Topics in Latin American Studies: The Inter-American System and Democracy

Note: For a list of special topics courses that may apply to your certificate program, please refer to the current schedule of courses.

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