The Minor in Lusophone Studies brings the Portuguese-speaking world to life. This cross-disciplinary program offers opportunities to learn Portuguese as a world language while studying literature and engaging in one-on-one conversations with our experienced professors. From literature and listening to one-on-one contact with your professors, the Minor in Lusophone Studies brings the Portuguese-speaking world to life!
This minor program offers courses in Lusophone (Portuguese-Speaking) Language, Cultures, and Literature which incorporates courses in Foreign Languages, History, Anthropology, and the possibility of study abroad experiences.
Required Courses: 9 Credit Hours
Students must take the following courses or equivalents:
Elective Courses: 6 Credit Hours
In addition, students will need to complete at least two (2) courses from the following options, with exception to student who has passes the Advanced Standing Exam and/or is exempt from PORT 2002. Those students will need to complete three (3) courses from the following options:
note: Directed Study must be related to Portuguese/Lusophone language, literature, and/or cultures. Please see the Coordinator of Portuguese about this option.
Note: Study Abroad must be to a Portuguese-speaking country of region
Total Number of Credit Hours: 15Curriculum