Difference between revisions of "Brigham Young University. Latin American Studies Program"

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Brigham Young University Annual Catalog, 1966-1968: p. 317 (Lyman S. Shreeve (1966-1968), department functions, inter-college area program)
 
Brigham Young University Annual Catalog, 1966-1968: p. 317 (Lyman S. Shreeve (1966-1968), department functions, inter-college area program)
  
Brigham Young University Annual Catalog, 1968-1970: p. 518 (Wesley W. Craig, Jr. (1968-1970))
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Brigham Young University Annual Catalog, 1968-1970: p. 518 (Wesley W. Craig, Jr. (1968-1970)
  
Brigham Young University Annual Catalog, 1972-1973: p. 545 (Lyman S. Shreeve, Sr. (1972-1973))
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Brigham Young University Annual Catalog, 1972-1973: p. 545 (Lyman S. Shreeve, Sr. (1972-1973)
  
Brigham Young University General Catalog, 1976-1977: p. 283 (Thomas E. Lyon (1976-1977))
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Brigham Young University General Catalog, 1976-1977: p. 283 (Thomas E. Lyon (1976-1977)
  
Brigham Young University General Catalog, 1980-1981: p. 173 (John P. Hawkins (1980-1981))
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Brigham Young University General Catalog, 1980-1981: p. 173 (John P. Hawkins (1980-1981)
  
 
==Maintenance Information==
 
==Maintenance Information==

Revision as of 22:12, 16 February 2015

The Latin-American Studies program was created in 1966 under the joint administration of the College of Humanities and the College of Social Sciences. The program was also under the direction of the International and Area Studies program and later the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies. Program coordinators included: Lyman S. Shreeve (1966-1968), Wesley W. Craig, Jr. (1968-1972), Lyman S. Shreeve, Sr. (1972-1976), Thomas E. Lyon (1976-1980), and John P. Hawkins (1980-1983).

Variant names

Brigham Young University. International and Area Studies. Latin-American Studies

Description

Established: 1966

Abolished: 1983

Location: Provo, Utah (1966-1983)

Functions

The Latin-American Studies program was an interdepartmental and inter-college area program which lead to the B.A. degree. The program was designed to enhance the employment opportunities for students seeking employment in business or government in Latin America. It offered a broad education in the study of languages, literature, culture, geography, politics, history, and economy of Latin-America.

Assets and Administrative Structure

The Latin-American Studies program was administered by the program coordinator, under the direction of the College of Humanities dean as well as the College of Social Sciences dean (later College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences). The program was also administered by the International and Area Studies program as well as the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies.

Associated Units

Superior unit: Brigham Young University. College of Humanities (1966-1978)

Superior unit: Brigham Young University. World Affairs Center (1978-1979)

Superior unit: Brigham Young University. Center for International and Area Studies (1979-1983)

Earlier unit: Brigham Young University. Hispanic-American Studies Program (1965)

Later unit: David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies. Latin American Studies Program (1983)

Sources

Brigham Young University Annual Catalog, 1966-1968: p. 317 (Lyman S. Shreeve (1966-1968), department functions, inter-college area program)

Brigham Young University Annual Catalog, 1968-1970: p. 518 (Wesley W. Craig, Jr. (1968-1970)

Brigham Young University Annual Catalog, 1972-1973: p. 545 (Lyman S. Shreeve, Sr. (1972-1973)

Brigham Young University General Catalog, 1976-1977: p. 283 (Thomas E. Lyon (1976-1977)

Brigham Young University General Catalog, 1980-1981: p. 173 (John P. Hawkins (1980-1981)

Maintenance Information

Record ID: EAC-2009-00451

Creator: RSP