Majors in the Department of Latino and Caribbean Studies will:
- be familiar with several of the disciplines that comprise the field of Latino and/or Caribbean studies, including but not limited to: anthropology, art history, cinema studies, education, geography, history, literature, media studies, music, philosophy, political science, sociology, and women’s and gender studies.
- develop critical thinking skills and the ability to speak and write clearly and analytically.
- employ different research methodologies and interdisciplinary approaches in the humanities and/or social sciences, demonstrating proficiency in one or more of the following areas: historical, political, sociological, anthropological, environmental, philosophical, literary, visual, cinematic, musical, and/or performative analysis.
- develop multi- and inter-cultural competence and sensitivity to issues particular to Latino and/or Caribbean experience(s).
- conduct individual research to formulate rigorous and convincing arguments in the field of Latino and/or Caribbean studies; honors students will perform and present original research.