The academic programs in Latin American and Border Studies are interdisciplinary in nature.They are administered by the Center for Inter-American and Border Studies, and staffed by associated faculty in a variety of departments and colleges. The programs include an undergraduate minor and an interdisciplinary MA. All programs strive for both breadth and depth in curricular offerings.
Faculty who are specialists in one or more aspects of Latin American and Border Studies (LABS) have primary appointments in academic departments of the University and formal affiliation with the LABS program. Information about them can be found through the following link:
Possible careers open for MA and BA in Latin American and Border Studies are:
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The advisor for both undergraduate and graduate programs is Dr. Josiah Heyman 915-747-5196 , firstname.lastname@example.org).
For a list of LABS courses click on the following links: