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In addition to the university core curriculum, students take four required courses, four courses in at least two of the three elective areas and also complete either an internship and/or senior research paper.
The required classes provide a foundation for understanding the socio-economic and political experiences of Latino/as in the United States. The elective tracks deepen students' knowledge of Latina/os in the areas of:
Our degree will provide you with the foundation you need to examine the culture, history, economics, policy/politics, language, literature, sociology, anthropology, and creative accomplishments of Hispanics/Latinos.
You will be taught by interdisciplinary faculty who will guide you through a curriculum designed to give you a competitive edge for career opportunities.
The Latino Culture, Economy and Policy major will prepare you for key positions in the private sector as well as in governmental and non-governmental organizations in the United States and throughout Central and South America.
A degree in Latino Culture, Economy and Policy will prepare you for key positions in: