Note: Courses can double-count for distribution requirements on course tracking sheets.

Department of Anthropology

ANTH 101: Introduction to Cultures in Global Society
ANTH 108: Introduction to Archaeology
ANTH 214: Anthropology of Food 
ANTH 217: Migrants, Refugees, and the Homeless
ANTH 230/630: Ancient Cities of the World
ANTH 254: Ancient Cultures of South America
ANTH 322: Lost Cities and Ancient Empires
ANTH 324 Cultural Heritage of Native Americans 
ANTH 355: Latinos and Latinas in the U.S. 
ANTH 371: Anthropology of Contemporary Latin America; History, Ethnicity, and Religion
ANTH 654: Ancient Cultures of South America

Department of Economics 

ECON 481: International Finance 

Department of History

HIST 140: Travel and Tourism in Latin America
HIST 143: Migrations in the Americas
HIST 386: Modern Mexico
HIST 229: Global Migration to the Americas, 1492-present
HIST 283: Latinos in America
HIST 371: Spain, Portugal, and Latin America, 1492-1825
HIST 371A: Colonial Latin America
HIST 371B: Modern Latin AmericaHIST 371C: Cuba: From Colony to Cold War
HIST 374: The Rise of American Slavery and its Defeat, 1492-1877 
HIST 381: Border Culture: Mexico and the Southwestern United States, 1776-1930
HIST 383A: Latinos in the US 
HIST 387A-B: Junior Seminar (Topic: Revolutions in Mexico & Cuba; open to HIstory majors/minors only)
HIST 494: Research Apprenticeship with Dr. Young
HIST 574: The Missionary Church in America, Asia and Africa, 1450-1800
HIST 685: The Church in Latin America

Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

FREN 220: Pirates of the Caribbean: Sailors and Slaves in Atlantic Literature
PORT 201: Introduction to Portuguese Language and Culture
PORT 300: Portuguese for Spanish Speakers
PORT 330: Carnival and Samba in Brazilian Literature and Film
SPAN 104: Intermediate Spanish II
SPAN 203: Love, Power, and Death in Literature and Film
SPAN 204: Spanish through Film and Literature
SPAN 206: Topics in Latin American Culture
SPAN 207: Advanced Spanish for Health Care I  
SPAN 208: Advanced Spanish for Health Care II  
SPAN 210: Spanish for Heritage Speakers I
SPAN 211: Spanish for Heritage Speakers II
SPAN 214: The Inca Empire before and after the Conquest
SPAN 216: Narrating the US-Latino/a Experience: Migration, Identity, and Community
SPAN 225: Magic in German and Hispanic Literature and Film
SPAN 230: The Irish in Latin America
SPAN 270/MDIA 309: Latin American Cinema: A History
SPAN 271: Spanish & Latin American Literature in Translation 
SPAN 277/577: Cultural Competency Awareness in Health Care 
SPAN 300: Thinking Critically: Literature, Film, & Media in the Spanish-Speaking World
SPAN 301: Society and Culture in the Spanish-Speaking World
SPAN 302: Mapping the Hispanic Worlds: Contemporary Issues, Trends, and Debates in the U.S. and abroad
SPAN 304: Public Speaking: Strategies for Oral Communication in Spanish 
SPAN 305: Public Speaking for Heritage Students
SPAN 307: Communication and Culture in Spanish-English Health Care Settings I 
SPAN 308: Communication and Culture in Spanish-English Health Care Settings II
SPAN 310: Contemporary Hispanic Issues
SPAN 316: Advanced Writing for Heritage Speakers
SPAN 319: Latin(a) American Writers: The Struggle for Representation

SPAN 333: Understanding How The Spanish Language Works
SPAN 345: Spanish in the US: Debunking the Myths (taught in Spanish)
SPAN 356: Latin/o American Popular Song: Socio-Political Movements
SPAN 380: Film, Culture, and History
SPAN 401: Spanish for Business
SPAN 402: Translation for International Affairs
SPAN 408: Revolutions, Social Movements and Societal Transformations in Contemporary Latin America
SPAN 467: Spanish as a Minority Language
SPAN 489: Research Seminar
SPAN 485: Legal Translation and Interpretation
SPAN 495B: Health Care Internship

Department of Politics

POL 226 Introduction to Peace Studies
POL 350: Latin American Politics
POL 344: Brazil in World Affairs
POL 429: Native Peoples, Environments, and Religions
POL 478 Environmental Politics

 

Department of Sociology

SOC 102: Global Social Programs & Social Justice
SOC 365: Controlling America's Borders: Issues and Problems
SOC 331: Globalization and Social Movement
SOC 353: Social Inequalities in Health
SOC 361: Migration and Immigrant Communities
SOC 334: Economic Sociology: Capitalism, Globalization and Development
SOC 450: Race Relations in Film Feature
SOC 353 Social Inequalities in Health

Department of Psychology

PSY 387: Community Interventions in Mental Health 
PSY 493, Section 2: Research Apprenticeship with Latin American & Latino communities
PSY 592: Readings in Latin American & Latino Studies

The Busch School of Business

FIN 389: International Business Finance
MGT 390: International Business 
MKT 362: International Marketing
MGT 490: International Business in Developing Countries 

 

School of Theology and Religious Studies

TRS 159: Faith in Action: A Mission Experience
TRS 328: Makers of Hispanic Catholic History
TRS 330: The Church and Social Issues
TRS 358: Ministry with Vulnerable Populations
TRS 454: Introduction to Hispanic Ministry
TRS 728Q: The Church in Latin America

Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art

MUS 335: Survey of Latin American Music
MUS 586: Topics in Latin American Music (Ability to read music is a prerequisite. Interested students should contact the instructor.)
MUS 586A Latin American Music: Regional Studies 

National Catholic School of Social Service

SSS 326: Diversity in a Multicultural Society

Students, please contact Dr. Barrueco if there is a course at Catholic University that you are interested in taking that is not on the above list. New LALS courses can be approved.