Brazilian Certificate

The Brazilian Certificate requires Portuguese language proficiency - which includes aural, speaking, reading and writing ability and can be demonstrated in a variety of ways - and four courses (12 hours) that include the following: 1) the Interdisciplinary Seminar on Latin American Cultures and Problems (LAA 701) offered each Spring Semester, 2) a research colloquium on Brazil (LAA 703), and 3) two electives from different departments allowing a Brazilian focus. Course registration must be made in consultation with the Graduate Advisor in Latin American & Caribbean Studies.


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