Minor in Africana Studies

 

students taking note in Dr. Lubkemann's class

 

The Minor in Africana Studies is a highly flexible program that pairs well with anthropology, history, political science, women’s, gender and sexuality studies and much more. Students in the minor build an academic foundation in the cultural, political and intellectual experiences of people of African descent in the Americas, Caribbean, Europe and Africa. Requirements include one core class, with the remaining 18 credits to be chosen from electives.

 

 


Course Requirements

The following requirements must be fulfilled: 21 credits, including a 3-credit required course and 18 credits in elective courses.

Required
AFST 1001Introduction to Africana Studies
Electives
18 credits in courses to be selected in consultation with the program director.

 Visit the program website for additional information.