MBA/Master's in Latin American & Caribbean Studies
The program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies complements the MBA degree by studying the region’s social, economic, political, religious, and cultural developments.
In consultation with faculty, students can tailor their study program to meet individual needs and requirements.
Requirements to complete this degree range from 24 to 29 courses, depending on language proficiency.
Business School Course Requirements
- Leadership Effectiveness and Development (1 course)
- Business Foundations (3 courses)
- Functions, Management, and the Business Environment (6 courses)
- Business Electives (5 courses)
Latin American & Caribbean Studies Course Requirements
- Substantive Courses (5 courses)
These can be any five courses with substantive Latin American or Caribbean studies content. Students should consult with faculty advisors regarding the courses most pertinent to their individual career and personal interests.
- Electives (4 courses)
Students choose four courses from those offered in social sciences, public policy, or law. Students may also choose electives to develop career-related skills or enhance their knowledge of cultural studies.
- Language Courses (requirements vary)
All students must complete five language courses in either Spanish, Portuguese, or a Caribbean language through placement examinations and/or coursework. If a student has high competence in either Spanish or Portuguese, then no further language study is required.
Access our online application and select "MBA/Latin American and Caribbean Studies" program option.