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2007-2008 General/Graduate Catalog - Expired August 2013 
2007-2008 General/Graduate Catalog - Expired August 2013 [Archived Catalog]

African/African-American Studies Minor

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Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences
Degrees Offered: None
Minor Offered: African/African-American Studies

Program Requirements:

The Interdisciplinary African/African-American Studies Minor requires the successful completion of 15 semester hours of the following courses.

Elective component

Select a minimum of three courses from three of the six areas below.

Area I – Political Science

Area II – History

Students may undertake research papers in designated history research courses on a topic pertaining to African or African-American history, and count those courses for the minor. For example: HIST 336 American Cultural History

Area III – Language and Literature

Area IV – Arts

Area V – Philosophy and Religion

Area VI – Geography of Africa

Students should consult the General/Graduate Catalog and advisors concerning course credits available through Study Abroad, in Africa and possibly elsewhere. Additions or substitutions must be approved by the African/African-American Studies Committee and the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affair.

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