MA in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and PhD in International Relations
The Combined Latin American and Caribbean Studies MA/International Relations PhD program allows qualified graduate students to pursue graduate degrees in both areas simultaneously rather than sequentially.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution for higher education
The university no longer publish a GRE minimum;
Masters of Arts in Latin America and Caribbean Studies Degree Requirements
During their first two years of enrollment in the Combined Degree Program, students must complete 36 credits for an MA in Latin America and Caribbean Studies with depth or focus courses in International Relations.
Students will take a minimum of 12-15 credits within the Department of Politics and International Relations with a Latin American and/or Caribbean focus.
MALACS Exit Options for Combined Degree Program
Students should apply for graduation for the LACS MA as soon as they have completed all requirements for the degree – including the exit requirements.
A minimum of 39 credits beyond the 36 credits required for the MALACS degree will be necessary to satisfy the requirements of the PhD Program in International Relations.
Elective credits necessary to bring total credits earned beyond the MALACS degree to a minimum of 24