International Management Region III: Latin America
|Region III: Latin America|
|MGT 344||International Management Environments: Latin America 1||3|
|Language and Culture Requirement|
|Spanish Language 2||6-12|
|Latin American History or Culture|
|Select two of the following: 3||6|
|Latin America: The Colonial Era|
|Modern Latin America|
|Latin America: Century of Social Change and Revolution|
|South American Colossus: The History of Modern Brazil|
|Service and Study in Latin America|
|Mexico, NAFTA and The Spanish Caribbean: History and Literature|
|Costa Rica: Environment, Culture and Creative Expression|
|Literature and Culture of Ireland|
|Modern Latin American Divas: Female Political, Social and Cultural Leadership in the Republican Era|
|Environmental Policy and History: South American Rain Forest|
Offered in NYC every Spring and in PLV every three semesters: Fall 2014, Spring 2016 and Fall 2017.
Students are required to demonstrate proficiency at the intermediate level in Spanish. Students who begin their study of language at the 101 level will be required to complete four courses (12 credits). Those who begin their language at the 280 level or above will be required to take a minimum of two courses (6 credits). They will take an additional 6 credits in Open Electives.
All courses satisfy AOK: World Traditions and Cultures. (WTC, AOK 3).
Other courses may be taken with the approval of the International Management or Undergraduate Management Program Chair.