The Certificate in Latin American Affairs gives students of all majors an in-depth understanding of the region by studying developing nations, from poverty to commerce, and makes for a great addition to a resume.
- 12 credit hours of courses in Latin American affairs, approved by the advisor. 9 of the 12 hours must be at the 3000-level or above.
- At least two courses must be taken in International Affairs.
- All courses must be taken on a letter-grade basis, and a grade of C or better must be received in each course.
- Students majoring in INTA may not count courses towards the certificate that are required for their majors by name and number or for other INTA certificates.
- No more than 6 credits of special topics (4803) and three credits of special problems (4903) may be used towards the certificate.
Courses that Qualify for the Certificate:
- INTA 2050 Introduction to Global Development
- INTA 2241 Government, Politics and Society of Latin America
- INTA 2801-03 Special Topics with Approval (e.g. Cuban Politics)
- INTA 3020 Contemporary Mexico
- INTA 3241 Latin American Politics
- INTA 3242 Soccer and Global Politics
- INTA 3243 US-Latin American Relations
- INTA 3303 Political Economy of Development
- INTA 4040 Environmental Politics
- INTA 4240 Argentine Politics, History, and Culture
- INTA 4241 Third World Democratization
- INTA 4340 Latin American Regional Economic and Political Integration
- INTA 4801 Cuba at the Crossroads: Politics, Society, and Economics
- INTA 4801-03 Special Topics with Approval (e.g. Latin American Political Economy)
- INTA 4813A La actualidad latinoamericana: temas y perspectivas
- INTA 4813B Revoluciones y revolucionarios de Mexico
- ECON 4411 Economic Development
- HTS 3064 Sociology of Development
- SPAN 3235 Latin America Today