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Academics: Prospective: Meet Our Faculty

Renowned faculty and extensive course offerings link the LAS program to 15 departments and 7 schools/colleges across campus. With many of the courses spanning disciplines, students benefit from interdisciplinary scholarship and cross-cutting research. A sampling of recent courses partially conveys the richness of the curricula: ANTH 340: Indigenous Mexico, CRP 537: Urban Systems, HIST 688: Modern Brazil, LING 401: K'iche' Maya, LTAM: Human Rights in Latin America, PH 554: Health Policy and Social Equity, POLS 442: International Peacekeeping and Resolution, SOC: Gender and International Development, SPAN 301: Medical Spanish, and UHON 221: Art and History of Día de los Muertos.

Browse our affiliated faculty directory to learn more, or hear directly from our LAS faculty and LAII staff in the short video below.