African and African-American Studies Minor

Requirements

Required Courses: (18 Credits)

Group A

Choose TWO courses: (6)
ART 218Art History: African Art

3 credits

HIS 132Africa: An Historical Survey

3 credits

HIS 197CAncient and Medieval African Studies

3 credits

LIT 211Literature I

3 credits

LIT 212Literature II

3 credits

MUS 110Jazz

3 - 4 credits

Approved Topics courses

Group B

Choose THREE courses from the following: (9)
FRE 154Topics from French Literature and Culture in Translation

6 credits

HIS 232Caribbean America

3 credits

HIS 234South American Colossus: The History of Modern Brazil

3 credits

HIS 270History of Modern South Africa

3 credits

HIS 271Culture and History of Black America

3 credits

HIS 274History of North Africa After 1800

3 credits

HIS 302African-American History Since 1910

3 credits

LIT 326African American Literature

3 credits

Approved Topics courses

Group C

Choose ONE from the following: (3)
ECO 354Urban Economics

3 credits

HIS 113The American Experience: Changing Roles of Women

INT 197YComparative Racial and Gender Politics of South Africa and the U.S.

6 credits

INT 297MSouthern Exposure: The World Role of the Southern Hemisphere

6 credits

LIT 345Literatures of Diversity

3 credits

SOC 209Ethnic and Racial Minorities

3 credits

WS 266Gender, Race and Class

3 credits

Approved topics and interdisciplinary courses

Total Credit Hours: 18

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