The Brazilian Studies certificate enables students to create a plan of study focusing on strategic, current Brazilian sociocultural factors and developments that will equip students to compete more successfully in the global job market.
- Students must complete elementary-level Portuguese series, or equivalent, in order to be admitted to the certificate. Native and heritage speakers will substitute two 3000-level Portuguese courses for POR 2200 and POR 2201.
- For degree-seeking students, certificates will be awarded only at time of degree completion.
- No more than six (6) credit hours of overlap between the certificate and the LAS major or minor.