Departments across the university offer many other courses that deal with the history, politics, and culture of Latin America. Each semester there are also special topics courses that offer diverse perspectives on Latin America. This wide range of courses provides students with a rich, interdisciplinary understanding of the role of Latin America in a globalized world.
Below is a listing of Mason courses that are relevant to Latin American studies.
ANTH 330 - Peoples and Cultures of Selected Regions: Non-Western (when focus is on Latin America)
DANC 118 - World Dance (when focus in on Latin American dance)
GGS 316 - Geography of Latin America
GOVT 331 - Government and Politics of Latin America
GOVT 444 - Issues in International Studies (when focus is on Latin America)
*HIST 271 surveys the colonial era to 1825, while HIST 272 surveys development of independent Latin American since 1825. It emphasizes interactions of the United States and Latin America.