Latin American and Caribbean Studies
The Latin American and Caribbean
Studies program offers Berry students
the opportunity to explore one of the world’s most diverse
and fascinating regions. Latino immigration to the United States and the increasing
global importance of Latin America
and the Caribbean mean that there is a growing need for persons with the skills and knowledge necessary for collaborating effectively with these cultures.
If this region of the world interests you, take
a close look at Berry’s minor in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. The Latin American and Caribbean Studies program opens
doors for all students interested in building
their knowledge base and experience, including
those with Latino, Latin American and Caribbean heritage. In addition, the program can
prove beneficial for students
planning to attend graduate school in many disciplines.
The program is open to students of all
majors and consists of 18 hours of coursework.
Students can also participate
in a student-led English as a
Second Language program for the Rome, Ga., community, special on-campus events, guest speakers, films,
study abroad opportunities and related internships.
For more information on Latin
American and Caribbean Studies,