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HIST 363: History of U.S.-Latin American Relations

Term: Spring

Credits: 4

Degree Requirements:

Major Requirement: History of Latin America
This course provides an examination of the history of United States - Latin American relations, beginning with tensions created by the
Latin American Wars for Independence (1810-1824). U.S. priorities, dating from the Monroe Doctrine of 1823, are studied in light of
specific policies and actions taken by the U.S. in the region. Specifically, the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, the
Good Neighbor and The Alliance for Progress will be examined in depth.

Prerequisite: Sophomore Status

Prerequisites: , Permission of the instructor