Concentration in Puerto Rican and Latino Studies - Bilingual

Advisers for Concentration in Puerto Rican and Latino Studies - Bilingual

Office Hours
Aja, Alan Professor 718.951.5561 1208 Boylan Hall aaja @ e-mail for appointments
Santamaria, Carla Assistant Professor 718.951.5000 x6203 1204 Boylan Hall csantamaria @ e-mail for appointments


The requirements for the childhood education teacher (grades 1-6) with an extension of the certificate for bilingual (Spanish-English) education program is described in the section of the Undergraduate Bulletin relating to the Department of Childhood, Bilingual and Special Education. Students who major in this program must complete 31-34 credits in the Puerto Rican and Latino Studies Department with a grade of C or higher in each course. Students must meet with a department adviser to declare their intention to complete this sequence.
Concentration requirements:
Puerto Rican and Latino Studies 2005, 4410, 4415, 4420, 4425, 4430.

Three of the following courses: Puerto Rican and Latino Studies 1001, 2300, 2320, 3105, 3120, 3125, 3205, 3210, 3215, 3220, 3315W (same as Africana Studies 3240 and Comparative Literature 3623), 3320W, 3325, 4450, 4510, 4615, 4635, 4640, 4645.

With permission of the departmental curriculum committee, appropriate PRLS course substitutions are allowed in the concentrations under special circumstances.

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