Description
In this seminar we will examine a variety of social, cultural, political, and economic phenomena that characterize the Mexico-United States border region. Includes an optional overnight excursion to communities located on the international boundary itself. This course is part of Spanish across the Curriculum component of Trinity University's International Studies Program. It is conducted bilingually in Spanish and English, i.e. in both languages of the Mexico-U.S. border region. Competence in speaking, reading, writing, and listening in both Spanish and English is a requirement for participation in the course. (Also listed as LAC 3343 and SOCI 3343.)(Offered occasionally.) Prerequisites: Completion of SPAN 2302 or equivalent Spanish competence
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division