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Aas 498: AAS Directed Study

African American Studies Program

Individual study of an issue or topic in an area of specialization where the student has demonstrated the interest and competence necessary for independent research. The issue topic must be selected in conference with appropriate faculty.

3 - 6 Credits


  • Instructor Approval Required
  • Senior standing required.
  • Pre-Requisite: 15 credit hours required in AAS courses

Instruction Type(s)

  • Indiv Based: Individual Based Study for Aas 498
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