This interdisciplinary degree offers courses on Latin America and Latinas/Latinos in the United States. It aims at providing an overview of the historical, political, cultural, financial, psychological, and artistic factors that have contributed to create the current conditions, identity, and diversity of these groups. The program prepares students for further education and careers in areas such as education, humanities, social sciences, business, counseling, and the media.
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Analyze a variety of historical, political, economic, geographic, and social issues that define Latin America and/or U.S. Latina/os.
Examine the diversity and complexity of cultures, traditions, and artistic expressions found throughout Latin America and/or the U.S. Latina/o population.
Demonstrate language competency equal to a one-year sequence in Spanish or Portuguese at the college level.