In the last two years, most courses are in Ethnic studies, Historical analysis, Multiculturalism, Politics, Social Science, usually with a concentration in one area. Below are some examples of the lower division courses required for the major.
NOTE: AGREEMENTS CONCERNING TRANSFER ARE CONSTANTLY BEING UPDATED, THEREFORE, THE STUDENT IS CAUTIONED TO CHECK WITH A COUNSELOR OR THE TRANSFER CENTER FOR CURRENT TRANSFER INFORMATION.
CSU Los Angeles
ENGL 104 - University requirement
ETH S 101
SPAN 103 and 104
UC Santa Barbara
Latin American & Iberian Studies
HIST 103 and 104
ETH S 120
POL S 103
Prior to beginning upper division work in this major, students are required to demonstrate proficiency in either Spanish or Portuguese. Proficiency will be determined through a placement exam taken at UCR, but is generally equated to two years of college level Spanish or Portuguese.
Additional course work in Spanish or Portuguese is recommended for students who are interested in careers in Latin American fields.
HIST 103 or 104 or 113
Foreign Language Requirement:
Students must attain an intermediate level of competence in a primary language (either Spanish or Portuguese) equivalent to four college level semesters of instruction AND an elementary level of competence in a secondary language equivalent to two college level semesters. To complete the major, they must be prepared to take two literature courses in their primary language (Spanish or Portuguese) at Berkeley.
Students are encouraged to take as many semesters of foreign language as possible before transferring.
San Diego State
Foreign Language requirement: Competency equivalent to that normallly attained through four college semesters of Spanish or three college semesters of portuguese
six units selected from:
POL S 102