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Graduate Courses: Graduate Certificate in Latin American Studies

The below courses are from the affiliated departments that are eligible for credit toward the Graduate Certificate in Latin American Studies.

For a list of courses currently being offered, see the Schedule of Classes on GoSOLAR.

  • AH 4660/AH 6630 Pre-Columbian Art

  • AH 4660/AH 6660 Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Art in Latin America

  • AH 4665/AH 6665 Latin American Avant-Gardes of the 1920s

  • AH 4669/AH 6669 Art in Latin America I: 1900-1950

  • AH 4670/AH 6670 Art in Latin America II: 1950-2000

  • AH 4900/AH 6900 Special Studies Seminar

  • AH 4980/AH 6980 Special Problems in Art History

  • ANTH 6150 Peoples and Cultures of Mexico and Central America

  • COMM 6180 International Cinema

  • ECON 8600 Economics of Development

  • GEOG 4406/GEOG 6406 Advanced Regional Geography

  • GEOG 8015 World Problem Areas

  • HIST 8080 Seminar in the International/Transitional History of the United States

  • HIST 8420 Seminar in Latin American History (Topics Vary)

  • HIST 8460 Seminar in Atlantic World History (Topics Vary)

  • HIST 8660 Case Studies in International Preservation

  • IB 8190 Doing Business in World Regions

  • POLS 8250 Latin American Politics

  • POLS 8280 Comparative Political Systems

  • RELS 8210 Approaching Indigenous Religions in the Americas

  • SPAN 8603 Cultural Studies (Topics Vary)

  • SPAN 8840 Trauma, Memory and Art (In Spanish)

  • SPAN 8842 Afro Hispanic Literature and Cultures (In Spanish)

  • 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 Women Writers (In Spanish)

  • SPAN 4470/SPAN 8885 Special Topics in Latin American Literature (In Spanish)

  • SPAN 8890 Contemporary Mexican Fiction