Amherst College 2015-16 Catalog

  • Introduction
  • About Amherst College
  • Admission & Financial Aid
  • Regulations & Requirements
  • Amherst College Courses
  • Five College Programs & Certificates
  • Honors & Fellowships

Introduction

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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES

LATIN AMERICAN, CARIBBEAN, AND U.S. LATINO STUDIES

Amherst students interested in Latin American Studies have the following options: (1) they can, in conjunction with an advisor and with the approval of the Committee on Academic Standing and Special Majors, design their own Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies major, taking advantage of the varied Five College of­ferings in the field; (2) they can participate in the Five College Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latino Studies Certificate Program. This Five College certificate is not a major program and is viewed as supplementary to work done by the major.

Information about the Certificate can be found on page 543. Students inter­ested in Latin American Studies, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies are advised to contact Professor Del Moral of the American Studies Department.

Individual courses related to the Latin American area which are offered at the College include: AMST 310, 315, 316 and 317; AMST/SOCI 260, AMST/SOCI 302, and AMST/SOCI 305; AMST 311/BLST 361, ANTH 205; HIST 261, 263, 264, 265 and 266; POSC 206 and 486; SPAN 211, 212, 222, 235, 360, 363, 377, 385, and 391.

About Amherst College

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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES

LATIN AMERICAN, CARIBBEAN, AND U.S. LATINO STUDIES

Amherst students interested in Latin American Studies have the following options: (1) they can, in conjunction with an advisor and with the approval of the Committee on Academic Standing and Special Majors, design their own Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies major, taking advantage of the varied Five College of­ferings in the field; (2) they can participate in the Five College Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latino Studies Certificate Program. This Five College certificate is not a major program and is viewed as supplementary to work done by the major.

Information about the Certificate can be found on page 543. Students inter­ested in Latin American Studies, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies are advised to contact Professor Del Moral of the American Studies Department.

Individual courses related to the Latin American area which are offered at the College include: AMST 310, 315, 316 and 317; AMST/SOCI 260, AMST/SOCI 302, and AMST/SOCI 305; AMST 311/BLST 361, ANTH 205; HIST 261, 263, 264, 265 and 266; POSC 206 and 486; SPAN 211, 212, 222, 235, 360, 363, 377, 385, and 391.

Admission & Financial Aid

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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES

LATIN AMERICAN, CARIBBEAN, AND U.S. LATINO STUDIES

Amherst students interested in Latin American Studies have the following options: (1) they can, in conjunction with an advisor and with the approval of the Committee on Academic Standing and Special Majors, design their own Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies major, taking advantage of the varied Five College of­ferings in the field; (2) they can participate in the Five College Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latino Studies Certificate Program. This Five College certificate is not a major program and is viewed as supplementary to work done by the major.

Information about the Certificate can be found on page 543. Students inter­ested in Latin American Studies, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies are advised to contact Professor Del Moral of the American Studies Department.

Individual courses related to the Latin American area which are offered at the College include: AMST 310, 315, 316 and 317; AMST/SOCI 260, AMST/SOCI 302, and AMST/SOCI 305; AMST 311/BLST 361, ANTH 205; HIST 261, 263, 264, 265 and 266; POSC 206 and 486; SPAN 211, 212, 222, 235, 360, 363, 377, 385, and 391.

Regulations & Requirements

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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES

LATIN AMERICAN, CARIBBEAN, AND U.S. LATINO STUDIES

Amherst students interested in Latin American Studies have the following options: (1) they can, in conjunction with an advisor and with the approval of the Committee on Academic Standing and Special Majors, design their own Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies major, taking advantage of the varied Five College of­ferings in the field; (2) they can participate in the Five College Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latino Studies Certificate Program. This Five College certificate is not a major program and is viewed as supplementary to work done by the major.

Information about the Certificate can be found on page 543. Students inter­ested in Latin American Studies, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies are advised to contact Professor Del Moral of the American Studies Department.

Individual courses related to the Latin American area which are offered at the College include: AMST 310, 315, 316 and 317; AMST/SOCI 260, AMST/SOCI 302, and AMST/SOCI 305; AMST 311/BLST 361, ANTH 205; HIST 261, 263, 264, 265 and 266; POSC 206 and 486; SPAN 211, 212, 222, 235, 360, 363, 377, 385, and 391.

Amherst College Courses

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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES

LATIN AMERICAN, CARIBBEAN, AND U.S. LATINO STUDIES

Amherst students interested in Latin American Studies have the following options: (1) they can, in conjunction with an advisor and with the approval of the Committee on Academic Standing and Special Majors, design their own Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies major, taking advantage of the varied Five College of­ferings in the field; (2) they can participate in the Five College Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latino Studies Certificate Program. This Five College certificate is not a major program and is viewed as supplementary to work done by the major.

Information about the Certificate can be found on page 543. Students inter­ested in Latin American Studies, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies are advised to contact Professor Del Moral of the American Studies Department.

Individual courses related to the Latin American area which are offered at the College include: AMST 310, 315, 316 and 317; AMST/SOCI 260, AMST/SOCI 302, and AMST/SOCI 305; AMST 311/BLST 361, ANTH 205; HIST 261, 263, 264, 265 and 266; POSC 206 and 486; SPAN 211, 212, 222, 235, 360, 363, 377, 385, and 391.

Five College Programs & Certificates

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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES

LATIN AMERICAN, CARIBBEAN, AND U.S. LATINO STUDIES

Amherst students interested in Latin American Studies have the following options: (1) they can, in conjunction with an advisor and with the approval of the Committee on Academic Standing and Special Majors, design their own Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies major, taking advantage of the varied Five College of­ferings in the field; (2) they can participate in the Five College Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latino Studies Certificate Program. This Five College certificate is not a major program and is viewed as supplementary to work done by the major.

Information about the Certificate can be found on page 543. Students inter­ested in Latin American Studies, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies are advised to contact Professor Del Moral of the American Studies Department.

Individual courses related to the Latin American area which are offered at the College include: AMST 310, 315, 316 and 317; AMST/SOCI 260, AMST/SOCI 302, and AMST/SOCI 305; AMST 311/BLST 361, ANTH 205; HIST 261, 263, 264, 265 and 266; POSC 206 and 486; SPAN 211, 212, 222, 235, 360, 363, 377, 385, and 391.

Honors & Fellowships

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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES

LATIN AMERICAN, CARIBBEAN, AND U.S. LATINO STUDIES

Amherst students interested in Latin American Studies have the following options: (1) they can, in conjunction with an advisor and with the approval of the Committee on Academic Standing and Special Majors, design their own Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies major, taking advantage of the varied Five College of­ferings in the field; (2) they can participate in the Five College Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latino Studies Certificate Program. This Five College certificate is not a major program and is viewed as supplementary to work done by the major.

Information about the Certificate can be found on page 543. Students inter­ested in Latin American Studies, Caribbean, and U.S Latino Studies are advised to contact Professor Del Moral of the American Studies Department.

Individual courses related to the Latin American area which are offered at the College include: AMST 310, 315, 316 and 317; AMST/SOCI 260, AMST/SOCI 302, and AMST/SOCI 305; AMST 311/BLST 361, ANTH 205; HIST 261, 263, 264, 265 and 266; POSC 206 and 486; SPAN 211, 212, 222, 235, 360, 363, 377, 385, and 391.