Latina/o and Caribbean Studies, Minor

Minor Sequence

The minor in Latina/o and Caribbean Studies includes courses from a variety of disciplines, such as sociology, art, music, philosophy, criminal justice, English, French, Spanish, and social work. We require that a minimum of 1/3 of the material covered in the course directly represent the Latina/o and/or Caribbean people. The program is 18 credits, 6 of which must be in Spanish, French, or a combination of Spanish and French. The other 12 credits must be selected from the list of courses below. No more than 6 of the 18 credits may count simultaneously towards the LCS minor and another program or GCU requirement. Courses should be chosen in consultation with the student’s advisor.

AR310Women, Art & Society3.0
CJ351Comparative Criminal Justice Systems3.0
CJ355Political Crimes & Terrorism3.0
EN380African Diaspora3.0
HST330America & the World Since 18983.0
HST343Atlantic World 1400-18503.0
HST350Colonial Latin America3.0
HST351Modern Latin America3.0
HST352History of Mexico3.0
HST390Special Topics in History (when appropriate)3.0
MU215World Music3.0
SP212Latinx Culture & Identity3.0
SP310Spanish Around the World3.0
SP312Modern Hispanic Cinema3.0
SP350Hispanic Women in Life & Literature3.0
SP419Contemporary Latin American Culture3.0
SP450Literary Seminar3.0
SW253Human Rights & Social Justice3.0