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The Undergraduate Certificate in North American Studies educates students to recognize areas of current and future cooperation among the countries of North America in key areas such as immigration, security, and development. Participants receive a solid introduction to important topics in the relationship among Mexico, the United States, and Canada, and through their specialization in immigration, security, or North American developmental issues. Participants will also gain insights into strategies which do or could foster cooperation in the region. Nine hours are required for completion of the certificate.

Official Requirements for the Certificate

Required:
POLS 4363North American Relations3
Prescribed Electives:
Select 6 credits from the following:6
Crim Just on US-Mexico Border
Immigration Law and Admin
International Security
Southwestern Border Politics
US-Latin American Relations
Latinos In Amer Political Syst
U.S.-Mex Border Society/Cult
U.S.-Mex. Border Society/Cult
Indig Cultures of North Amer
Indig Cultures of North Amer
The Americas
Mexican-American History
Hist Immigration/Ethnicity US

Degree Plan

Required Credits: 9

North American Studies
Required Course:
POLS 4363North American Relations3
Electives:
Select two of the following:6
Urban Anthropology
Indig Cultures of North Amer
Crim Just on US-Mexico Border
Immigration Law and Admin
Mexican-American History
Hist Immigration/Ethnicity US
The Americas
International Security
Southwestern Border Politics
Latinos In Amer Political Syst
The Politics of Mexico
US-Latin American Relations
U.S.-Mex Border Society/Cult
U.S.-Mex. Border Society/Cult
Total Hours9