LAS 1 Modern Latin American Development.

Focuses on broadly defined development in Latin America from the 19th century forward from a central socio-political perspective, and allows students to assess the dynamic nature of political and economic institutions from historical, political, and geographic perspectives. LAS 208, a broad survey course, is recommended to be taken first.

  1. These courses may be taken in any order as long as nine or more credit hours are completed:
    GEO 304 Latin American Development (4)
    LAS 208 Latin American Civilization (3) (MPF)
    LAS 410 Current Latin American Issues (1)
    LAS/IES 414 Latin American Environmental Affairs (3)
    POL 337 Politics of Latin America (4)

Note: Nine hours minimum must be taken outside your department of major.

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