Master of Arts in the Field of International Affairs, Latin America Concentration

Core courses
Choose at least two:
ANTH — Any 6000-level Anthropology course approved by the Program Director
ECON 6285Economic Development of Latin America
IAFF 6341Latin American and Hemispheric Studies Cornerstone **
IAFF 6343Indigenous Social Movements
IAFF 6358Special Topics in Latin American and Hemispheric Studies
• Security in the Americas
PSC 6383Comparative Politics of Latin America
PSC 6484International Relations of Latin America
Supporting courses
IAFF 3187Special Topics in Latin American and Hemispheric Studies
or IAFF 2190W Special Topics
Appropriate topics may be completed for graduate credit with completion of extra work and permission from the major field faculty advisor.
IAFF 6343Indigenous Social Movements
IAFF 6358Special Topics in Latin American and Hemispheric Studies
** Students in the International Affairs M.A. program may register for IAFF 6341 with permission of the course instructor.

Note: Special/Selected Topics courses change often
Check the schedule of classes for each semester's offerings. With permission of the program director, other Special/Selected Topics courses not listed here may be used to fulfill program requirements.