M.A. in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Concentration in Museum Studies
M.A. and Advanced Certificate in Latin American and Caribbean Studies/Museum Studies
Joint M.A. in Latin American and Caribbean Studies/Journalism
M.A.-M.S.L.I.S in Latin American and Caribbean Studies/Library and Information Science
Concentrations and Dual Degrees
The MA degree in Latin American and Caribbean Studies is a 32-point, three-semester program. Students participate in a two-course sequence in methods and approaches to Latin American and Caribbean Studies. All students participate in Methodology Workshops and conduct original research informing the completion of a Master’s Project as students at CLACS.
The MA degree in Latin American and Caribbean studies with Concentration in Museum Studies is 36-credit, three-semester program. Students in the Concentration receive the majority of their advising from CLACS while benefiting from course offerings originating in the Program in Museum Studies at New York University.
The MA degree in Latin American and Caribbean studies and Advanced Certificate in Museum Studies is a 48-credit, four-semester program. Students pursuing the Advanced Certificate receive advising from both programs. The Program in Museum Studies at New York University has offered an innovative course of study in the contemporary theory and practice of museum work.
The joint MA in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Journalism is a 46-credit, four-semester program. In NYU’s Global Journalism program, students gain rigorous journalistic training alongside in-depth contextual study of the region. Students graduate with a fluency in journalistic methods complemented by an exceptionally rich base of knowledge in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The dual MA in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and JD at NYU Law is typically a four-year program. Students submit separate applications to each program. Students pursue Law study in the first two years and begin studies at GSAS in the third year. NYU Law is at the forefront of interdisciplinary research and teaching, with special strengths in law and philosophy, economics, politics, history, and social theory. Notably, the Law School offers the NYU Law in Latin America program. The school also houses the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice.
The dual MA in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and M.S.L.I.S in Library and Information Science through the Palmer School of Library and Information Science. Courses are taught in the renowned Bobst Library of New York University, an outstanding research facility in the heart of Greenwich Village, overlooking Washington Square. Students benefit from a dynamic network of librarians and archivists, including local organizers of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM).