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Have you thought about a minor in LACLS?

Check out the “What If” function in DegreeWorks, and sign up for this NEW spring 2020 class to see if it a LACLS minor a good fit for you!

LAS 401 (Introduction to Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies) will meet Tuesdays, 2:00-4:30 and is taught in English by Dr. Sarah Moody.

LAS 401 offers a great overview of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies. Its second half focuses on research projects on a topic of interest to each student. This is a great opportunity to develop deeper knowledge of whatever you enjoying studying in the LACLS area.

Q: Do I have to be a LACLS minor to take LAS 401?
A: NO! Bring your friends, too!

Q: Is LAS 401 required for LACLS minors?
A: YES! However, there are some exceptions, based on when a student signed up for the minor.

Q: What else does LAS 401 do?
A: It bears a “W” (writing) designation and meets requirements for other programs on campus, such as a History major.

Q: What if I have questions or am considering a LACLS minor?
A: Check us out at, or on Instagram and Twitter! Or, contact the advisor, Dr. Moody, for assistance (