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May 9, 2013
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The Center for Latin American Studies at San Diego State University has been providing educational opportunities since 1942 and is renowned for our program offerings in the indigenous languages of Mexico. We offer multidisciplinary undergraduate and graduate programs in Latin American studies including many concurrent graduate degree programs in professional studies. We support research, community outreach, conferences, internships, study abroad, and other activities dedicated to teaching students, working professionals, and community members about Latin American economies, aesthetics, ecology, society, culture, and languages.
News and Events
- SDSU’s Center for Latin American Studies is Now Offering Cross-Border Classes for Fall 2013
It is now possible for SDSU graduate students of ANY department to take classes at COLEF under the pilot program administered by the Center for Latin American Studies. No extra tuition fees are required and Spanish fluency is required.
Find out more about the classes
- Mexican Art & Civilization Collection at SDSU Library
The SDSU Love Library's Department of Special Collections is now host to a wonderful new collection pertaining primarily to Mexican Art & Civilization received last year and now finally cataloged: The Christopher D. Sickels Rare Books and Manuscripts Collection.
Learn more about the collection
- CLAS e-Bulletin
Listing of Latin America related events, programs, conferences, fellowships, and scholarships.
View the e-Bulletin