Courses

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Graduate Certificate in Latin American Studies

These are the Georgia State University graduate courses from the affiliated departments that are eligible for credit toward the Graduate Certificate in Latin American Studies.

AH 6630 Pre-Columbian Art

AH 6660 Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Art in Latin America

AH 6665 Latin American Avant-Gardes of the 1920s

AH 6669 Art in Latin America I: 1900-1950

AH 6670 Art in Latin America II: 1950-2000

AH 6900 Special Studies Seminar (when the course deals with Latin America )

AH 6980 Special Problems in Art History (when the course deals with Latin America )

Anth 6150 Peoples and Cultures of Mexico and Central America

Comm 6180 International Cinema (when the course deals with Latin America )

Econ 8600 Economics of Development

Geog 6406 Advanced Regional Geography (when the course deals with Latin America )

Geog 8015 World Problem Areas (when the course deals with Latin America )

Hist 8080 Seminar in the International/Transnational History of the United States (when the course deals with Latin America )

Hist 8420 Seminar in Latin American History (may be repeated if topics vary)

Hist 8660 Case Studies in International Preservation (when the course deals with Latin America )

IB 8190 Doing Business in World Regions (when the course deals with Latin America )

PolS 8250 Latin American Politics

PolS 8280 Comparative Political Systems (when the course deals with Latin America )

Span 6603-B Cultural Studies ( Latin America )

Span 6603-C Cultural Studies (Hispanic World)

Span 8845 Latin American Literature from the Conquest to the 1900s

Span 8850 The Traditional Latin American Novel

Span 8855 The Latin American “Boom” Novel

Span 8860 The Contemporary Latin American Novel

Span 8865 The Latin American Short Story

Span 8870 Latin American Poetry

Span 8875-B Women Writers ( Latin America )

Span 8875-C Women Writers (US Latinas)

Span 8885 Special Topics in Latin American Literature (may be repeated)

Span 8890 Contemporary Mexican Fiction

POLS 8190 Studies in American Politics: Contemporary Immigration in the United States

For more information on the Graduate Certificate, please contact Monica Diaz, coordinator of the program.