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Minor - Southern Studies

Minor - Southern Studies

Course Requirements

A minor in Southern studies consists of S St 101, 102, 401, and 402. Six additional hours must be selected from the following courses: African American studies (AAS 201, 202, 307, 310, 325, 326, 329, 337, 420, 504, 593); art (AH 366, 369, 386); economics (Econ 422); English (Engl 310, 322, 323, 368, 373, 466, 467, 566); history (His 307, 308, 330, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337); music (Mus 321, 517, 518); political science (Pol 317, 318); philosophy and religion (Rel 303, 503); sociology and anthropology (Soc 334, 413, Anth 309, 334, 337); and Southern studies (S St 303, 334, 406, 534, 598).

Courses offered in the same department in which the student is taking a major may not be counted toward a Southern studies minor. Exceptions may be allowed for sociology majors who wish to count Anth 309 or 404 toward the minor, for anthropology majors who wish to count Soc 315, 345, 351, or 413 toward the minor, and for art majors who wish to count AH 338, 348, 349, or 350 toward the minor.

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