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Electives for the Spanish Minor

For those minoring in Spanish Language and Culture, the following courses have been approved by WLC as electives taught in English. Please note that not all courses are offered every year.

Economics

ECON 135 – DEVELOPING ECONOMIES

English

ENG 066 – READING RACE & ETHNICITY

ENG 083 – ENGLISH IN AMERICA: LANGUAGE, CITIZENSHIP & IDENTITY

ENG 163 – TRANS-CULTURAL LITERATURE

ENG 164/WGS 111 – LATINO/A LITERATURE

History

HIST 123 – MODERN MEXICO

HIST 124 – AZTECS INCAS MAYAS

HIST 125 – COLONIAL LATIN AMERICA

HIST 126 – MODERN LATIN AMERICA

HIST 156 – SEX, POWER, & WAR-AZTEC EMPIRE

Honors

HONR 073/WLC 150

J-Term
Accounting/Journalism and Mass Communication

ACTS 198/JMC 199 – FAMILY, LIFESTYLES, ANNUITY TABLES

Education

COUN 145/245 – COUNSELING DIVERSE POPULATIONS: BRAZIL

Study of Society and Culture/World Languages and Cultures

SCSS 196/WLC 196 – TRAVEL STUDY SEMINAR – {CONTEMPORARY URBAN MEXICO}

Study of Culture and Society

SCSA 002 – INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

SCSA 150 – MIGRANT ORAL HISTORY

SCSA 150 – U.S.-MEXICO BORDERLANDS

SCSA 156 – ETHNOGRAPHIC METHODS

SCSS 155 – GLOBAL YOUTH STUDIES

World Languages & Cultures

WLC 150 - THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WALL: The Presence and Effects of American Culture in Mexico

Additional courses may be approved by the Department of World Languages and Cultures, as necessary.

If you have any questions about the minors, please contact the Department of World Languages and Cultures.

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