About the courseBlend the study of anthropology, history, the arts, economics and more while building an awareness of non-Western cultures in Latin American Studies. Develop a strong cultural perspective and language skills in preparation for a career in international business, diplomatic service, foreign policy or other related fields.The program blends the study of several subject areas, including anthropology, history, Spanish, the arts and economics. You will develop a strong cultural perspective and the language skills for careers in international business, diplomatic service, foreign policy, teaching and other fields.This program could be a good fit if you Are interested in Latin AmericanEnjoy history and learning about other culturesLike to travelWant a career that takes you abroadTeacherBusiness professionalDiplomatEmployee at a government agency or nongovernmental organization (NGO)Political scientistJournalistHuman rights professionalWith this degree, you could become a/an
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