Latin America and the Caribbean

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An asterisk (*) next to the course title indicates an advisor must substitute the course by hand.

Category A Accepted Courses

International Studies-approved courses in social science, humanities or professional courses that deal with a single region of the world of the student’s choice. Additional courses not on this list may be taken if approved by the International Studies Undergraduate Coordinator.

Anthropology:

Economics:

English:

Geography:

History:

Haitian Creole Language, Literature and Culture:

  • HAT 3564 Haitian Culture and Society

Latin American Studies:

Music:

Political Science:

Religion:

Sociology:

Spanish and Portuguese Studies: 

Category B Accepted Courses

International Studies-approved courses that deal with regions outside the student’s chosen Category A and/or with global issues.

Advertising:

African Studies:

Agricultural Education & Commun:

Agronomy:

Anthropology:

Art and Art

Classics:

Economics:

English:

European Studies:

Food & Resource:

Forest Resources & Conservation:

Geography:

Geological Sciences:

Health Education and Behavior:

History:

Interdisciplinary Studies:

Jewish Studies:

Journalism:

Landscape Architecture:

Arabic Language and Literature:

  • ABT 3130 Arabic Literary Heritage 1
  • ABT 3500 Arabic Culture
  • ARA 3510 The Arab Woman
  • ARA 4822 Arabic Sociolinguistics

Chinese Language and Literature:

  • CHI 3403 Chinese Calligraphy
  • CHI 3440 Business Chinese
  • CHT 3124 Modern Chinese Fiction in Translation
  • CHT 3513 Taoism and Chinese Culture
  • CHW 4130 Readings in Chinese Literature
  • CHW 4140 Newspaper Chinese

Czech Language and Culture:

  • CZT 3520 Czech Cinema
  • CZT 3564 Modern Czech Culture and Society
  • CZT 3930 Culture in Crisis: The European Avant-Garde*
  • CZT 3930 Twentieth Century Czech Culture/Society Prague*

French Language, Literature and Culture:

  • FRE 3440 Commercial French
  • FRE 3442 Contemporary French Commerce
  • FRE 3500 France Through the Ages
  • FRE 3502 Francophone Cultures
  • FRE 3564 Contemporary French Culture
  • FRT 3561 Women in French Literature and/or Cinema
  • FRT 4523 European Identities, European Cinema
  • FRW 3101 Introduction to French Literature 2
  • FRW 4281 Readings in the 20th Century French Novel
  • FRW 4324 Readings in the 20th Century French Theater
  • FRW 4350 Modern French Poetry from Baudelaire to the
  • FRW 4391 Concepts of French Cinema
  • FRW 4552 Introduction to Realism and Naturalism
  • FRW 4762 Readings in Francophone Literatures and
  • FRW 4822 Introduction to French Critical Theory

German Language, Literature and Culture:

  • GER 3234 Introduction to Reading German Texts
  • GER 3330 German Language and Culture I
  • GER 3331 German Language and Culture II
  • GER 3332 Topics of Film/Culture (FLAC)
  • GER 3440 German in Business
  • GER 4482 Cultural Diversity & Intercultural Comprehensi
  • GET 3501 History, Literature and Arts of Berlin
  • GET 3520 Early German Cinema-1945
  • GET 3580 Representations of War in Literature and
  • GET 3581 Limits of Representation: The Literature and
  • GET 3930 German Folk and Fairy Tales*
  • GET 3930 History of Catastrophe*
  • GET 3930 Nazism in Film and Literature*
  • GET 3930 Turkish/German Cinema*
  • GET 4291 Women and German Cinema
  • GET 4293 New German Cinema 1945-Present Day
  • GET 4930 Freud and Judaism*
  • GEW 3101 Survey of German Literature 2
  • GEW 4301 Introduction to German Drama and Theater
  • GEW 4542 Romantics and Revolutionaries
  • GEW 4730 Modern German Literature
  • GEW 4731 Contemporary German Literature
  • GEW 4750 Women in German Literature

Italian Language, Literature and Culture:

  • ITA 3500 Italian Civilization
  • ITA 3564 Contemporary Italian Culture
  • ITT 3431 Italy and Pilgrimages
  • ITT 3521 Italian Cinema
  • ITT 3930 Special Topics in Italian Literature and Culture*
  • ITT 4956 Overseas Study In Italian/Italy*
  • ITW 3101 Introduction to Italian Literature 2

Japanese Language, Literature and Culture:

  • JPN 3440 Business Japanese
  • JPN 3730 Language in Japanese Society
  • JPT 3120 Modern Japanese Fiction in Translation
  • JPT 3140 Japanese Women Writers: The Modern Period
  • JPT 3500 Japanese Culture
  • JPT 4502 Japanese Folklore
  • JPW 4130 Readings in Japanese Literature
  • JPW 4131 Japanese Texts and Contexts

Polish Language, Literature and Culture:

  • PLT 2560 Screening Polish Culture
  • PLT 3520 Polish Cinema
  • PLT 3564 Modern Polish Culture and Society
  • PLT 3930 Cultural Transition in Contemporary Poland*
  • PLT 3930 Magical Realism*
  • PLT 3930 Polish Cultural Studies (UF in Krakow)*
  • PLT 3930 Polish Sci-Fi and Fantasy*
  • PLT 3930 Women from the “Other” Europe: Femininity*

Russian Language, Literature and Culture:

  • RUT 3442 Madmen and Fools*
  • RUT 3442 Themes from Russian Literature*
  • RUT 3442 War and Islam*
  • RUT 3452 Russian Literature of the Twentieth Century
  • RUT 3500 Russian Cultural History
  • RUT 3503 Violence and Terror in the Russian Experience
  • RUT 3504 Russia Today
  • RUT 3514 Russian Fairy Tales
  • RUT 3600 The Twentieth Century Through Slavic Eyes
  • RUW 4301 Russian Drama and Poetry

African and Asian Languages and Literatures:

  • SSA 3730 Language in African Society

Yoruba Language and Literature:

  • YOR 3500 Yoruba Diaspora in the New World
  • YOR 4502 Yoruba Oral Literature

Linguistics:

Management:

Marketing:

Music:

Philosophy:

Political Science:

Public Relations:

Religion:

Sociology:

Sociology & Criminology and Law:

Spanish and Portuguese Studies:

Urban and Regional Planning:

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation:

Women’s Studies:

Written and Oral Communication :

Latin American and Caribbean Languages

Language options described below are for students with no background in the language. If you have a background in the language, consult the appropriate department to determine which courses you need to complete to meet the intermediate-level proficiency requirement.

Haitian Creole

  • HAI 1130 Beginning Haitian Creole 1 (5 credits)
  • HAI 1131 Beginning Haitian Creole 2 (5 credits)
  • HAI 2200 Intermediate Haitian Creole 1 (3 credits)
  • HAI 2201 Intermediate Haitian Creole 2 (3 credits)
  • Total: 16 credits

Portuguese

  • POR 1130 Beginning Portuguese 1 (5 credits)
  • POR 1131 Beginning Portuguese 2 (5 credits)
  • POR 3224 Applied Portuguese (1 to 5 credits)
  • POR 3242 Oral and Written Practice (3 credits)
  • Total: 14 to 18 credits

Spanish

  • SPN 1130 Beginning Spanish 1 (5 credits)
  • SPN 1131 Beginning Spanish 2 (5 credits)
  • SPN 2200 Intermediate Spanish 1 (3 credits)
  • SPN 2201 Intermediate Spanish 2 (3 credits)
  • Total: 16 credits