The CLLAS Co-Major Program is the equivalent of a Latina/o-Latin American Studies co-major. The multi-disciplinary program of study is designed to strengthen the career preparation of students in all majors who plan to work in national and international multicultural environments with peoples of Latin American descent. Completion of the co-major is noted on the student's transcript.

 


 

 

 

 

ADMISSION: Students submit a Declaration of Major Form at the beginning of their junior year. (See: Declaration of Major for instructions on declaring a major.)

Students submit a Declaration of Major Form at the beginning of their junior year. (See: for instructions on declaring a major.)

 

CO-MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: Completion of the following core courses (fifteen credits) and a minimum of eighteen credits from the list of elective courses. Appropriate courses may be substituted with the prior approval of the director.

Required Core Courses (fifteen credits)
CBS 2100 -- Chicano Literature and Culture: Cr. 3
CBS 2110 -- Puerto Rican Literature and Culture: Cr. 3
CBS 2410 -- (FC) History of Mexico: Cr. 3
CBS 2420 -- (FC) History of Puerto Rico and Cuba: Cr. 3
CBS 2430 -- History of Latinos in the United States: Cr. 3
CBS 3610 -- Seminar in Latino Urban Problems I: Cr. 3

Elective Courses (eighteen credits)
ANT 3110 -- Detroit Area Minorities: Cr. 3
ANT 3220 -- The Inca and their Ancestors: Cr. 3
ANT 3540 -- (FC) Cultures and Societies of Latin America: Cr. 3
HIS 3995 -- Special Topics in History: Latin America: Cr. 3-4
P S 5770 -- Government and Politics of Latin America: Cr. 4
SPA 3630 -- Survey of Spanish American Literatures: Cr. 3
SPA 5560 -- Spanish American Cultures and Their Traditions: Cr. 4
SPA 6600 -- Spanish American Colonial Literature: Cr. 4
SPA 6620 -- The Spanish American Novel II: Cr. 4
SPA 6630 -- Spanish American Poetry: Cr. 4
SPA 6670 -- Latin American Novel to 1900: Cr. 3
 

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