Coordinator L. Klugherz
Latin America has a complex history, a variety of cultures and political systems, a literature of international stature, and an important place in world affairs. The ALST Latin American concentration offers students the opportunity to undertake a comparative and interdisciplinary study of Latin American society and culture, drawing from such disciplines as anthropology, archaeology, art and art history, economics, geography, history, literature and literary criticism, political science, and music.
A student must complete major declaration procedures with the appropriate coordinator no later than the second term of the sophomore year, unless an exception is approved by the program director.
For more information about the program, honors/high honors, transfer credit, etc., visit the Africana and Latin American studies program page.