LCS LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN STUDIES (Evans School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences)
People of Latin America & the Caribbean - 3-0-3
An interdisciplinary introduction to the Latin American and Caribbean
region. Exploration of significant differences and commonalities among
various lands and peoples of the region. Themes include history,
culture, ecology, politics, civil society, arts, and emigration. PR:
ANT 200 or SOC 200 or CI.
310. Latinos in the United States- 3-0-3
(See SOC 310.) Examines the history of Latino immigration to the U.S.
and explores the contemporary nature and status of Latino populations
in various parts of the country. Involves community-based research on
Latino communities in Georgia.
450. Seminar in Latin American and Caribbean Studies - 3-0-3
Variable topic seminar on current issues in Latin American Studies.
496. Academic Internship - 3 to 6 hours
Problem-oriented experiences in specific academic projects relating to
Latin America, the Caribbean or Latino-Caribbean populations in the
United States. PR: See general requirements for academic internships in
498. Directed Study - 1 to 3 hours
Supervised reading or written research on Latin America and the
Caribbean when the desired focus is highly specialized or the material
is not otherwise available in existing curriculum. PR: JS or SS and
approval of dean.