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Approved Courses
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AS OF SPRING 2014

Latino/Latin American Studies:
*LLS 1000 - Introduction to Latino/Latin American Studies (s)
**LLS 1010 - Introduction to Chicano/a-Latino/a Studies: Social Sciences (s)
**LLS 1020 - Introduction to Chicano/a-Latino/a Studies: Humanities (h)
LLS 2800 - Special Topics in LLS: Humanities (h)
LLS 2900 - Special Topics in LLS: Social Sciences (s)

LLS 3140/8145 - Latino/a Politics (s)
LLS 3680/8685 Latin American Politics (s)
LLS 3800 - Special Topics in Latino/Latin American Studies (h)
LLS 3900 - Special Topics in Latino/Latin American Issues (s)
LLS 4900/8906 - Independent Study
LLS 4910/8916 - Contemporary Topics in Latino/Latin American Studies (s)
LLS 4920/8926 - Contemporary Topics in Latino/Latin American Studies (h)
LLS 4950/8956 - Latin America Study Abroad (s)
LLS 4990 - Senior Project (s)

Anthropology:
ANTH 4230 - Topics: Ethno-Medicines of the Americas (s)

Art & Art History:
ART 2040 - Cross-Cultural Survey of Art (h)
ART 4000/8006 - Special Seminars: Art Education in Mexico (h)
ART 4700/8706 - Cross-Cultural Art History for Teachers (h)

English:
ENGL 2000 - Topics: Language in the Minority (1 credit) (h)
ENGL 2490 - Introduction to Latino Literature
ENGL 3300 - Junior Topics in American Fiction: Chicana/o Short Story (h)
ENGL 4160/8166 - Topics: Southwest Literature (h)
ENGL 4230/8236 - Latino Literature (h)
ENGL 4960/8966 - New World Conquest Literature (h)
ENGL 8100 - Graduate Seminar: Latina/o Testimonial Literature

Geography:
GEOG 3060 - Geography of Middle America (s)
GEOG 3070 - Geography of South America (s)

History:
HIST 2470 - Latin American History: Mexico & the Caribbean (h)
HIST 2480 - Latin American History: South America (h)
HIST 4910/8916 - Special Topics .1) Argentina, Brazil, Chile
........ . . .. . . .. ......... . . .. ... .. . . . . . . 2) History of Brazil
........ . . .. . . .. ......... . . .. ... .. . . . . . . 3) Latina/Latin American Women
........ . . .. . . ......... . . .. . . ..... . . . . . . 4) Modern Mexico
........ . . .. . . .. ......... . . .. ... .. . . . . . . 5) Spanish Speaking Caribbean (h)

Political Science:
PSCI 3140 - Latino/a Politics (s)
PSCI 3680 - Latin American Politics (s)
PSCI 3920 - Topics: International Development (s)
PSCI 4280/8286 - Inter-American Politics (s)
PSCI 4920/8926 - Advanced Topics: Cuba at the Crossroads (s)

Sociology:
SOC 2800 - Major Social Issues: 1) Women of Color
................................. . . .. . ..... .. . . . 2) Cultural Groups and Equality (s)
SOC 3900 - Race and Ethnic Relations in the U.S. (Sanchez) (s)
SOC 3950 - Sociology of Latin America (s)
SOC 4250/8256 - Latino/a Migration in the World Economy; Latin American Migration (s)
SOC 4700/8706 - Women's Health and Issues of Diversity (s)
SOC 4750/8756 - Social Change and Globalization (Gouveia) (s)
SOC 4800/8806 - Contemporary Topics: 1) Immigration, Race & Globalization
............................................. . . .. . ..... .. . . .2) Latino Migration and Integration
............................................ . . .. . ..... .. . . . 3) Urban Latin America (s)

Social Work:
SOWK 4030/8036 - Social Work with Latinos (s)
SOWK 4890 - Special Studies in Social Work: Nicaragua (s)

Spanish:
SPAN 3210 - Survey of Latin American Literature I (h)
SPAN 3220 - Survey of Latin American Literature II (h)
SPAN 3420 - Latin American Civilization (h)
SPAN 4040 - Advanced Composition & Stylistics (García; Walls) (h)
SPAN 4050/8056 - Seminar in Mexican Culture and Civilization (h)
SPAN 4160/8166 - Latin American Literature of the 20th Century (h)
SPAN 4180/8186 - Latino Literature and Culture (h)
SPAN 4350/8356 - Latin American Short Story (h)
SPAN 4440 - Spanish-American Theater (h)
SPAN 4450/8957-001 -  Introduction to Literary Criticism (García) (h)
SPAN 4900/8906 - Independent Study (Summer Seminar in Cuernavaca) (h)
SPAN 4960/8966 - Pro Seminar: 1) Summer Seminar in Cuernavaca
....................................................2) Latin American Women Writers
....................................................3) Spanish in the U.S.
....................................................4) Central American & Caribbean Lit. & Culture
....................................................5) Latin American Narrative
....................................................6) Latin American Indigenous Contemporary Lit.
....................................................7) Human Rights Literature in Latin America
....................................................8) El Bilingüismo (h)

Education panel art from Peru.
Original can be found in the OLLAS Office.

*(s) Can be used to meet the College of Arts & Sciences Social Science requirements
(h) Can be used to meet the College of Arts & Sciences Humanities requirements

**As of Spring 2006 only one Introduction to Chicano/a Latino/a Studies course will count toward a CLS or LLS program of study.