Undergraduate Catalog 2009-2011

Latino Studies


LTN 110     Introduction to Latino Studies      3

Introduction to the interdisciplinary study of the experience and condition of United States Latinos and Latinas, with focus on U.S. populations of Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central American, and Mexican Descent. Uses primarily social science models and scholarship in history, sociology, anthropology, economics, and political science but also considers arts, media, and humanities. Fall. Study Area II

 

LTN 410     Individual Study Project in Latino Studies      3

Prereq.:  LTN 110; enrollment in Latino Studies Minor program. Upper-level undergraduate course focused on specific issue in Latino Studies using either disciplinary or interdisciplinary approaches. Special topics may be cross-listed with participating departments or developed specifically for Latino Studies. May be repeated with different topics. Irregular.


LTN 470 Topics in Latino Studies    3
Prereq.: LTN 110; enrollment in Latino Studies minor program. Upper-level undergraduate course focused on specific issue in Latino Studies using either disciplinary or interdisciplinary approaches. Special topics may be cross-listed with participating departments or developed specifically for Latino Studies. May be repeated with different topics. Irregular.

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