Concurrent & Articulated Programs

Advisors for all Concurrent & Articulated Degree Programs associated with Latin American Studies.

Latin American Studies offers joint degrees with several programs at UCLA. Those concurrent and articulated degree programs allow students to complete both degrees in less time than the sequential completion. Articulated degree programs allow certain number of courses to be applied to both degrees, while articulated degrees do not allow any course overlap. Applicants who would like to pursue both degrees need to submit separate application to each school and be admitted to both programs.

Concurrent Degree Programs:

M.A./Latin American Studies - MURP/Urban Planning
Alexis Oberlander, Graduate Advisor
Department of Urban Planning
3250 Public Affairs Building
(310) 825-7331

M.A./Latin American Studies - M.B.A./ John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management
Jessica Chung, Associate Director, MBA Admissions
UCLA Anderson
Gold Hall, Suite B201
(310) 825-6944

Articulated Degrees

M.A./Latin American Studies - M.L.I.S./Information Studies
Michelle Maye, Graduate Advisor
Department of Information Studies
207 GSE&IS Bldg.
(310) 825-5269

M.A./Latin American Studies-M.P.H./School of Public Health
Sukhwinder Sagoo, Admissions Officer
School of Public Health
16-071 Center for the Health Sciences (CHS)
(310) 825-5524

General inquires regarding the M.A. in Latin American Studies should be addressed to:

Magda Yamamoto, Academic Counselor
UCLA International Institute
Latin American Studies M.A. Program
10373 Bunche Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1487
Telephone: (310) 206-6571