Courses

Spring 2021 Term Coursework

Undergraduate

Undergraduate courses for the spring 2021 term

Graduate

Graduate courses for the spring 2021 term

NYU Consortium

Spring 2021 courses for SIPA and MARSLAC students to cross-register

Required Coursework

Undergraduate Major

For a major in Latin American Studies, undergraduates must take five of the twelve core courses.

Undergraduate Concentration

For a concentration in Latin American Studies, undergraduates must take three of the twelve core courses.

MA in Regional Studies

Students must take a minimum of 30 points of graduate course credit.

Certificate in Latin American Studies

Graduate students must complete 24 points of credit (8 courses) from among the courses listed.

Supplement Your Required Coursework

The programs in Latin American and Caribbean Studies gives students general mastery of a discipline while also permitting the flexibility to do specialized work in the language, history, and culture of the region.

Course Forms and Checklists

Declare a Major

Use this form to declare an undergraduate major in Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

Declare a Concentration

Use this form to declare an undergraduate concentration in Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

MARSLAC Degree Requirements Checklist

Use this checklist to keep track of your credits and grades for the program.

MARSLAC Sample Thesis Cover Sheet

MARSLAC theses should be about 50 pages in length, double‐spaced with 1-inch margins and 12‐point font.

Graduate Certificate Form

Download the Latin America Regional Certificate form to keep track of your classes.

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