Latin American and Caribbean Studies Minor
Eighteen credits (six courses)
|Six credits of Spanish at the level of SPAN 052 or above *||6|
|12 credits of courses eligible for LACS credit (see LACS Schedule of Courses) including at least one course in each of two other academic disciplines.||12|
|At least nine credits of the minor must be at the 100 level or above.|
Many students in the Latin American and Caribbean Studies program participate in study abroad programs. Courses from these programs may be substituted for equivalent UVM courses with approval of the director. At least nine of the eighteen credits used to satisfy this minor must be taken at the University of Vermont.
*Students interested in pursuing in-depth study of a non-Spanish speaking area of Latin America or the Caribbean may substitute with the director's permission an equivalent level of the relevant language (other than English) for the Spanish requirement.
Ineligible Majors: Latin American and Caribbean Studies
|Through SPAN 051|
|Intro and intermediate level courses for varying subject areas to get to the appropriate level of 100 or 200|