Latin American Studies

Getting Ready Transfer Guide 2016-2017

The Latin American Studies major is designed to provide students with critical language and cultural skills that serve as the foundation for careers in public service, business, humanitarian work, law, and health care, among others, in Latin America and with Latino populations at home. Students are strongly encouraged to combine the Latin American Studies major with a major (or minor) in another discipline, so that graduates can combine discipline-specific skills with a high degree of language and cultural competency. Review the requirements on the Latin American Studies’ website: http://latin-american-studies.utah.edu/.

Important information: Latin American Studies majors typically combine a Latin American Studies major with a second major in the College of Humanities (e.g. Spanish or History or Communication) or the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (e.g. Sociology or Economics or Geography) or majors from other colleges. Students majoring in Latin American Studies are required to take three years of a Latin American language and should begin their study of a second language prior to transferring.

Transferring Courses: No courses are currently listed as transferring from LDS Business College to satisfy specific requirements for this major.

LDS Business College offers Associate of Science in Business and General Studies degrees, which satisfy General Education Requirements at the U. Within either degree, students may take foreign language credits and/or other transferable electives for the U.

Students are strongly encouraged to meet with a University of Utah departmental advisor before entering the U.

If you have further questions regarding this major, you may contact:

LDS Business College: Advisement Center, (435) 652-7690

University of Utah: International & Area Studies Advisors, (801) 581-6101, international-area-studies@utah.edu


Update 9/2016- Information is subject to change. Please not that LDSBC information reflects the 2014-2015 year 

Last Updated: 9/12/16