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Minor - African American Studies

Minor - African American Studies

Course Requirements

The minor in Afro-American Studies consists of 18 semester hours, offered in conjunction with other departments. Students planning to pursue a career in teaching, social work, law, public service, race relations, or the helping professions will find the minor to be an asset. The program's two-course introductory sequence (Afro-American Studies 201, 202) is required. Six additional hours must be chosen with the director's consent from the following: Southern Studies 101, 102 (Introduction),History 327 or 329 (Historical Perspectives on Slavery in the Americas or The Civil Rights Era), History 307, 308 or Afro-American Studies 325, 326 (African-American History to 1865/African-American History Since 1865), and Afro-American Studies 341, 342 or English 322, 323 (African-American Literary Tradition I/II). An additional six hours of electives must be selected from appropriate courses in Afro-American studies, anthropology, art and art history, English, history, music, political science, sociology, Southern studies, or related fields.

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