In addition to the Latin American Studies Core Sequence (LATI 200, Theory Seminar, Methodology Seminar), a student must complete the following units as concentration course work and general electives in order to receive a Master's in Latin American Studies with a concentration in International Migration:
Completion of the degree is normally expected within two academic years of three quarters full-time academic work plus one summer session. Those individuals needing (a) intensive language instruction,( b) part-time employment, or (c) extensive field research for the thesis may require longer. While there is no maximum amount of time students can take to complete the program, students are only eligible to recieve Univeristy financial support for a maximum of 7 quarters.
Note: With approval of his/her advisor, students may take other seminars and courses that do not appear on the approved list, provided that the content of the work that they do is directly related to Laitn American issues, topics or themes. Any course that is not on the list must be petitioned by filling out a petition form with the Latin American Studies Student Affairs Officer.