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World Languages

Available Minors

NOTE: This information on this page is provided as a reference only and is subject to change. Always verify all curriculum information with your faculty advisor or the dean's office. For complete information see the ULM Course Catalog.

 

Latin American Studies:

For students who wish to concentrate on the field of Latin American studies, the programs of World Languages, History & Government, Geosciences, and Sociology have designed the following minor:

 

International Studies:

For students who wish to develop a concentration in international studies, several departments have designed the following minor.

Students must take 6 hours in one modern foreign language at the intermediate level or the equivalent plus six additional courses (18 hours ) chosen from the following. The courses chosen should focus on the same area of the world as much as possible and should include at least one course from each group to ensure true cross-disciplinary experience:

Group I:


Group II:

Group III:

Classical Studies:

For students who wish to concentrate in classical studies, the programs of World Languages, English, and History & Government have designed the following minor.

All students must complete 12 hours of Latin plus an additional 12 hours to be chosen from the following courses:


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