Portuguese Language and Luso-Brazillian Studies – Minor
The minor in Portuguese Language and Luso-Brazilian Studies combines language study in Portuguese with work in history, the humanities, and the social sciences. It provides an interdisciplinary understanding of the Portuguese-speaking countries, while focusing on Brazil. Themes include the African diaspora, education, economic development, popular movements, critical analysis, and race relations.
25 credits as follows:
- PORT 202 (5 credits), PORT 203 (5 credits), and PORT 301 (5 credits)
- At least 10 credits chosen from an approved list of courses*
- At least 20 of the 25 credits must be completed at the University of Washington (UW Foreign Study programs included).
- Minimum grade of 2.0 required in each course applied toward the minor.
*List of Approved Courses
JSIS A 243, JSIS A 410, JSIS A 365/PORT 365, PORT 366, JSIS B 436/POL S 436, HST/LAC 482, JSIS A 355/SOC 355.