Announcing a New Caribbean Studies Minor in Liberal Arts

The Caribbean Studies Minor is an interdisciplinary program of study in which students are engaged in the languages, cultures, histories, and societies of the Caribbean within a global context, from pre-European cultures to the present day. This minor leads students to a comprehensive understanding of the region and of the Caribbean diaspora.

Minimum of five courses (15 credits) required, including introduction to Caribbean Studies and two Modern Language courses. Students may choose French or Spanish.

Coordinator: Dr. Paul C. Clement ([email protected])