LLS 3900 TOPICS IN LATINO/LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES: SOCIAL SCIENCES (3 credits)
A discussion-led course on current and evolving issues and questions related to Latin American societies, U.S. Latinos, and migrants. The courses draw from varying combinations of social sciences (sociology, anthropology, political science, psychology, law, economics, and international studies). Topics fall within the social sciences and vary from term to term and examples include Immigration Laws and Latinos across the Americas, Violence and human security in Central America, among others. The course may also include service-learning assignments when appropriate.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): A social science course.