The Latin American Studies Minor is designed to internationalize a number of existing majors by introducing students to the history, culture, politics and economics of Latin America and the Caribbean from an interdisciplinary perspective. The Latin American Studies Minor will help students prepare for careers in government, business, academia, and NGOs, as well as for graduate school in multiple disciplines.
Students who pursue the Latin American Studies Minor must complete 24 credit hours of courses chosen from a list of approved electives across a number of fields and departments. Please review the UT catalogue for a detailed list of approved courses, including foreign language requirements and study abroad opportunities.
Denis Rey, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Government and World Affairs
Plant Hall, 311-A
Phone: (813) 257-1729
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgJames López, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Spanish
Plant Hall, 311-C
Phone: (813) 257-1730