This interdisciplinary minor introduces students to the cultural heritage and political contexts of the United States’ most important trading partners on the Pacific Rim. Students study East Asia and Latin America, and the cultural, economic and political dimensions of international trade. It is intended for students who are interested in or considering diplomatic or commercial careers that require knowledge about the people and cultures of the Pacific Rim.
As with all minors, students must choose at least four classes dedicated to this minor and four classes outside their major department, which may be the same four courses.
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