The minor in Latin American and Latino Studies requires six courses (18 credit hours). Students are required to complete and pass the following:
- Two (2) introductory-level courses in the Departments of Anthropology, Modern Languages, Political Science, or History. A course taken while studying abroud in Latin America will be considered upon review of course description and syllabus.
- Four (4) elective courses that are listed or tagged as LASP and offered in any Loyola Department, School, or Program (Modern Languages and Literatures, School of Social Work, Women's Studies/Gender Studies, etc.). Students may count up to two (2) electives in any given program (i.e. a student may take both HIST 354 and HIST 355, but a third history course will not count toward the minor).
- ePortfolio requirement
- Language competency through SPAN 104 or PORT 102.