The prospective anthropology major, Spanish minor, and Latin American, Iberian, and Latino studies concentrator will learn about Andean cultures by volunteering for a sustainable tourism program.
The Latin American, Iberian and Latino Studies Concentration is an interdisciplinary program for students majoring in a related discipline who wish to undertake a comprehensive study of the cultures of Spanish America, Brazil, or the Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal).
Students supplement a major in one of the cooperating departments (e.g., history, history of art, religion, political science, anthropology, economics, comparative literature, linguistics or Spanish) with courses that focus on Latin American, Iberian, and US-Latino issues and themes.
Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019
Cain plans to use the 4+1 graduate program with Georgetown University to get a masters degree in Latin American studies before pursuing a JD in international law.