IUP students Kayla Weinfurther, Gretchen McCormick, and T.J. Firneno explore the ruins of Copan, Honduras, during a break from presenting their research at the 2014 Congress of Mesoamerican Biology and Conservation. This trip was sponsored by the IUP Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, the Department of Biology, and a grant from the Senate Faculty Research Committee.
Latin American Studies minors should note that the only required course for the minor, LAS 480: Latin American Studies Seminar, is only offered once every two years. Students can count no more than 9 credits from the same department or 6 credits within their major.
Nine credits must come from Category A: Exclusively Latin America-Focused courses. Other courses may come from either Category A or Category B: Substantially Latin America-Focused. Some additional classes that are regularly taught that count toward the Latin American Studies minor include:
Please refer to the Latin American Studies minor in the course catalog or see the
LAS coordinator for the Latin American Studies minor brochure for
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