Degree Requirements

Degree Requirements

Approved “Core” courses

LLS 1000

Introduction to Latino/Latin American Studies

3

And

LLS 1010

Introduction to Chicano-Latino Studies: Social Sciences

3

Or

LLS 1020

Introduction to Chicano-Latino Studies: Humanities

3

*-As of Spring 2006 no more than two LLS introductory courses (LLS 1000 and either LLS 1010 or LLS 1020) will count towards a major in LLS or a minor in CLS. Partial list of approved courses to fulfill Research Methods requirement

 

 

3

 

 

3

SOC 2130

Basic Statistics

3

CRCJ 3000

Applied Statistics and Data Processing in the Public Sector

 

 

 

3

PSCI 3000

Quantitative Analysis in Political Science

3

PSYC 3130

Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

 

PSYC 3140

Methods of Psychological Inquiry

 

 

 

3

 

 

3

Note:   Additional courses that fulfill the research and quantitative literacy requirements may be submitted to the OLLAS academic advisor for approval.

Senior Project

LLS 4990

 Senior Project

3

 

 

3

Note: The capstone senior project course requirement may be fulfilled through a student’s second major department with previous permission from the OLLAS academic advisor.

Approved elective courses-

ANTH 4230

Ethno-Medicines of the Americas

3

ART 2040

Cross-Cultural Survey of Art

2

ART 4000

Special Seminars in Art Education: Art Education in Mexico

1 - 3

ART 4700

Cross-Cultural Art History for Teachers

3

ENGL 2000

Topics in Language and Literature: Language in the Minority

1

ENGL 2490

Introduction to Latino/a Literature

3

ENGL 3300

Junior Topics in American Literature: Chicana/o Short Fiction

3

 

 

 

ENGL 4230

Latino/a Literature

3

ENGL 4960

Topics in Language and Literature : New World Contact & Conquest

3

GEOG 3060

Geography of Middle America

3

GEOG 3070

Geography of South America

3

HIST 2470

Latin America: Mexico and the Caribbean

3

HIST 2480

Latin America: South America

3

HIST 4910

Topics in History: Argentina, Brazil, and Chile; Brazil; Latina/Latin American Women; Modern History of Chile; Modern Mexico; Spanish Speaking Caribbean.

3

LLS 2800

Special Topics in Latino/Latin American Studies: Humanities

3

LLS 2900

Special Topics in Latino/Latin American Studies: Social Sciences

3

LLS 3140

Latino/a Politics

 

LLS 3800

Special Topics in Latino/Latin American Studies: Humanities

3

LLS 3680

Latin American Politics

 

LLS 3900

Special Topics in Latino/Latin American Studies

1 - 3

LLS 4900

Independent Study

1 - 3

LLS 4910

Contemporary Topics in LLS: Social Sciences

3

LLS 4920

Contemporary Topics in LLS: Humanities

3

LLS 4950

Latin American Study Abroad

1 - 3

PSCI 3140

Latino/a Politics

3

PSCI 3680

Latin American Politics

3

PSCI 3920

Topics in Political Science: International Development; Political Transnationalism

3

PSCI 4280

Inter-American Politics

3

PSCI 4920

Advanced Topics in Political Science: Cuba at Crossroads

3

SOC 2800

Major Social Issues: Women of Color; Cultural Groups and Equality

3

SOC 3900

Race and Ethnicity Relations in the U.S. ( Sanchez)

3

SOC 3950

Sociology of Latin America

3

SOC 4250

Latino/a Migration in the World Economy

3

SOC 4700

Women’s Health and Issues of Diversity

3

SOC 4750

Social Change and Globalization

3

SOC 4800

Contemporary Topics in Sociology: Immigration, Race & Globalization

3

SOWK 4030

Social Work with Latinos

3

SOWK 4890

Special Studies in Social Work: Nicaragua

1 - 4

SPAN 3210

Survey of Latin American Literature I

3

SPAN 3220

Survey of Latin American Literature II

3

SPAN 3420

Latin American Civilization

3

SPAN 4040

Advanced Composition and Stylistics ( Garcia)

3

SPAN 4050

Seminar in Mexican Culture and Civilization

3

SPAN 4160

Latin American Literature of the 20th Century

3

SPAN 4180

Latino Literature and Culture

3

SPAN 4350

Latin American Short Story

3

SPAN 4440

Spanish-American Theater

3

SPAN 4960

Pro-Seminar:Central American and Caribbean Literature and CultureLatin American Indigenous Contemporary Literature; Human Rights Literature in Latin America

1 - 3

*Students seeking a major in Latino/Latin American Studies or a minor in Chicano/Latino Studies and/or information about the Office of Latino/Latin American Studies (OLLAS) and its programs can stop by the office in Arts and Sciences Hall 102. You may also contact Yuriko Doku, OLLAS Project Coordinator at 402-554-3835 or ydoku@-unomaha.edu or Dr. Lourdes Gouveia, OLLAS Director and academic advisor, at lgouveia@unomaha.edu.