Brazilian Studies at UTEP
Study Portuguese—the fifth most widely spoken language in the world!
Explore cultural creativity, diversity and conflict in Latin America’s largest country in: Cultures of Brazil (PORT 3340)! No Portuguese language experience required.
Integrate an interdisciplinary study of Brazilian culture with your own academic goals and interests through the Brazilian Studies Certificate (see below).
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Adam Demaray
Department of Languages and Linguistics
Office: Liberal Arts Building - Room 215
Phone: (915) 747-7025
Brazilian Studies Certificate
Students pursuing the Brazilian Studies Certificate will be able to work with distinguished faculty in different departments to create a dynamic, interdisciplinary course of study.
Participating departments include: Department of Languages and Linguistics, Center for Latin-American and Border Studies, College of Education, Department of History, Department of Political Science, and College of Health Sciences.
To fulfill the requirements for the Brazilian Studies Certificate, students must have completed Portuguese 2301 and 2302 (or equivalent) with a grade of C or better to begin the certificate in Brazilian Studies. Students must also complete 15 credits in courses approved for the certificate, with a grade of B or better.
Cultures of Brazil (PORT 3340) is required. Four additional courses may be taken in one of the participating departments.
Students interested in the Brazilian Studies Certificate should should consult with the Director of Brazilian Studies to determine a course of study suitable to their interests, and to identify available course offerings for fulfillment of certificate requirements.
A list of past courses that have applied to Brazilian Studies Certificate can be found here—
Brazilian Culture Center
Students interested in participating in Brazilian events on campus should join the Brazilian Culture Center!
Visit the Facebook page to learn more: https://www.facebook.com/BRAZILIAN-CULTURE-CENTER-at-UTEP-171936797284/
Or contact: Dr. Debora Zamorano, email@example.com.