A Concentration in Portuguese Studies requires eight courses, for a minimum of 24 points.
PORT 3101 Conversation about the Lusophone World
PORT 3300 Advanced Language through Content
PORT 3330 Introduction to Portuguese Studies
PORT 3350 Lusophone Africa and Afro-Brazilian Cultures
Please note that students may only register once for each of the core requirements listed above. Even if some of the content or part of the course title changes from one semester to the next, you cannot take “Advanced Language through Content” twice, for instance.
Students have to choose 4 elective courses.
2 courses must have the PORT designation; 2 courses may be taken outside the Portuguese section but must have Lusophone content. Up to 3 courses taken abroad may count toward the concentration.
A maximum of two courses taught in English may apply toward the concentration overall. The senior seminar is not required, but it may be taken as an advanced elective.