African-American Studies Programs
Minor in African-American Studies
18 semester hours: HIST 273 (African-American Focus) plus 15 hours, of which 6 hours must be upper division courses with a focus on Africa or the African-American experience. Possible courses include: HIST 382, 383, 384, 385, 386; ENGL 379; courses relating to African and African-American literature; COMM 271; COMM 273, 379; SOCI 373; SOCI 231A; THEO 238; THEO 437; MUSI 379 with a focus on African or African-American music. Students may receive 3 to 6 hours study abroad after consultation with African-American Studies advisor.
The Center for African-American Studies
Established in 2011, the Center for African-American Studies is an academic resource center committed to bringing academic research to the broadest possible audience, within and beyond the walls of the university. Our mission is to foster the development of the knowledge of people of African descent in North America and throughout the greater Diaspora.
African-American Studies Faculty
Assoc. Professor, Department Chair, African-American Studies Program Director