Africana Studies, Minor

Requirements

Department

Africana Studies, Minor Requirements

Lower-division requirements (6 units)
AFRS 10, 27, 36

Upper-division requirements (6 units)
AFRS 137, 144

Approved Africana Studies electives (6 units)

Total (18 units)

Note: For students interested in the general dimensions of the Africana experience, the following courses are recommended: AFRS 10, 27, 36, 38, 135, 137, 140, 145, 150

For students interested in the following careers, the following courses are recommended:

Social Sciences: AFRS 27, 38, 135, 140, 178, 189

Faculty

The AFRS Program is made up of faculty with backgrounds and expertise in Africana history, literature, cultural studies, music, and theatre. Professors have written books and published in prestigious national and international peer reviewed academic journals and anthologies. They are also the recipients of numerous awards for teaching, research, and community service.

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