Latin America Minor

Latin American Minor

Designed for students with an interest in various aspects of Latin American societies (religion, politics, economics, culture), the program consists of required and elective courses as well as a Latin American field experience. Contact the Global Education Office for more information.


Required Courses:

  • Two years college Spanish (or equivalent)
  • NS222 Environmental Science
  • LA315 Latin American History, Contemporary Issues and Perspectives

Elective Courses (At least 8 credits of the following):

  • EB305 Economic Development
  • MI215 Biblical and Historical Foundations for World Missions
  • SO211 Cultural Anthropology
  • SP362 Latin American History, Culture and Civilization
  • SP372 Survey of Latin American Literature or SP493, 494 Seminar in Latin American Topics I, II
  • SO335 Social Change and Development
  • Comparable courses at a Latin American university

Required Field Experience