2018-2019 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Africana Studies 15 credits

Africana Studies is a focused, interdisciplinary and transnational program of study that examines the historical, political, social, economic, and cultural processes and institutions of people across the African diaspora.

Requirements

Required core (6 credits):

CHIST 3322African American History

3

CSOCL 3445Race, Class and Gender

3

Choose THREE (9 credits):

CANTH 3101Anthropology of the Caribbean

3

CHIST 3360Africa Since 1800

3

CHIST 3600Africa in Film

3

CHUMS 3500Postcolonial History and Literature

3

CLITR 3329Contemporary Ethnic Literature

3

CMGMT 3799Black Business Leadership & Entrepreneurship

3

CMUSC 2500History of Jazz

3

CPOLS 3450HBO's The Wire: The Politics of U.S. Urban Inequality

3

CSWRK 3301Challenging Racism

3

CSOCL 2119Race and Ethnic Relations

3

IAHIS 3450Arts of Africa

3

IAHIS 3530African-American Art: The Harlem Renaissance Through the Civil Rights Movement

3

IAHIS 4150Africa: Between Tradition and Modernity

3