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Concentration in Africana Studies 18 S.H.
Requirements 6 s.h.
AFST01104....Introduction to Africana Studies
ENGL02216 African Amer. Lit. to the Harlem Renaissance OR ENGL02316 African Amer. Lit. Since the Harlem Renaissance OR HIST05377 Afro-American History Since 1865
Electives 12 s.h.
AFRI 16.101 Zulu I
AFRI 16.102 Zulu II
COSD 01.406 Afr/Amer. Culture in Media
ENGL 02.116 Readings in Non-West Lit
ENGL 02.200 Women in Literature
ENGL 02.216 Afr/Amer. Lit through Harlem Ren
ENGL 02.316 Afr/Amer. Lit Since Harlem Ren
ENGL 02.217 U.S. Lit. of Latin/Hisp Peoples
ANTH 02.202 Intro to Cultural Anthropology
GEOG 06.111 World Regional Geography
HIST 05.376 African American History to 1865
HIST 05.396 Sub-Saharan Africa to 1800
HIST 05.397 Sub-Saharan Africa Since 1800
HIST 05.441 Imperialism/Colonialism
HIST 05.322 Civil War and Reconstruction
HIST 05.388 Comparative Race Relations
HIST 05.425 History of Feminisms
HIST 05.422 Women in American History
AFST 01.304 Africana Soc & Pol. Thought
LAWJ 05.330 Problems of World Justice
LAWJ 05.346 Women & Crime
LAWJ 05.386 Law and Human Rights
LAWJ 05.205 Minorities, Crime & Justice
MUS 06.115 Growth & Development of Jazz
MUS 06.220 Singing Music of African Americans
POSC 07.323 Politics of Rac/Pov/Welfare
POSC 07.340 Civil Rights/Liberties
POSC 07.210 Black Americans & American Politics
PSY 01.200 Psy Women/Cult. Exp
PSY 01.335 African American Psychology
PSY 01.105 Ethnic Identity & Com. in America
PSY 01.310 Psych. of Racism & Ethnocentrism
RTF 03.272 Images/Women in Film
Sign Up for a Concentration in Africana Studies
and African American Studies!!!
- Only 18 Credits
- Many Classes to choose from
- Endless Career Possibilities
The concentration is an excellent complement
to all undergraduate majors and students'
careers in a wide range of areas including:
Law & Justice
Social Science Research
These are just a few of the many careers to
choose. Challenge your mind and increase
your marketability. Sign up for the African
American Studies Concentration today. To sign
up, go to the CAP Center located on the 2nd
floor in Savitz.
Contact the office of Africana Studies for academic advisement.
Co-Coordinators: Dr. Chanelle Rose and Dr. Tanya Clark