Offered by the Department of Art, Communication, English and World Languages
The African American Studies minor offers students the opportunity to study African American culture from a multidisciplinary perspective. The minor seeks to prepare students to meet the challenges of an increasingly diverse workplace, society, and world.
Student Learning Outcomes:
After completing the African-American Studies minor, students will be able to:
Describe the cultural diversity of the African diaspora and its influence on African-American culture
Recognize the historical settings and traditions that shaped African-American culture
Identify the contributions of African-Americans to American society
Demonstrate critical and analytical thinking in how African-Americans have shaped American society
Students must take courses with at least four different prefixes. A minimum of three courses must be Upper Division.