By adding a minor in Africana Studies, you will explore the life and culture of people of Africa and the African Diaspora from an interdisciplinary perspective. You will grow in understanding the significance of Black history, the beauty of Black creativity, the power of Black resistance, and a commitment to Black freedom.
This minor requires you to complete:
For the minor, you take AFRO-A 140: Introduction to African American and African Diaspora Studies (3 credits), plus either AFRO-A 200: Research in African and African Diaspora Studies (3 credits) or AFRO-A 306: Globalization, Struggle, and Empowerment in the African Diaspora (3 credits).
In addition to the core courses, you may select from elective courses that are divided into three areas of concentration- Africa; Latin America and the Caribbean; and North America.
Contact Dr. Patricia Turley, Faculty Mentor, firstname.lastname@example.org.