Courses

At present, the Africana Studies Program consists of over 40 course offerings, which change from semester to semester.

Introductory Core Courses

Choose one course from the following list:

COM 3207 - African American Rhetoric
ENG 2501 - African American Literary Tradition I
ENG 2502 - African American Literary Tradition II
ENG 2730 - Intro to African Lit I
ENG 2740 - Caribbean Lit
HIS 2291 - African Amer His during Slaver
HIS 2292 - African Amer His since Emancip
HIS 4115 - Roots of African Culture
HIS 4120 - Emergence Modern Africa

Elective Courses

Choose five courses from the following list:

AFR 5000 - Ind. Study Africana Studies
ECO 3127 - Econ Underdeveloped Area
EDU 3263 - Diversity and Inclusion
EDU 3265 - Global Racism in Schools
EDU 3266 - Civil War Exp in Education
ENG 2510 - Black Literature: Novel
ENG 2515 - Black Literature: Drama
ENG 2520 - Black Lit: Short Story
ENG 2530 - Harlem Renaissance
ENG 2731 - Intro to African Lit II
ENG 2735 - African Drama
ETH 3250 - Ethics & The Culture Wars
GIS 4751 - Cultural Studies
HIS 2181 - Civil War & Reconstruct
HIS 4130 - South Africa His Perspec
HIS 4195 - Topics African History
HIS 4997 - Topics in the History of Race
PJ 2800 - Race, Class, & Gender
PJ 4600 - Global Poverty & Justic

PJ 5100 - Discrimination, Justice & Law
PJ 5200 - Perspectives on US Poverty
PJ 5500 - Politics of Whiteness
PHI 2190 - Freedom
PSC 2775 - Pol Econ of Black America
PSC 4700 - Africa
PSC 5500 - Africa in World Politics
SOC 2950 - Perspectives on US Poverty
SOC 3600 - Race & Ethnic Relations
SOC 3700 - Urban Sociology
THL 3300 - Church: Unity & Diversity
THL 3740 - Liberation Theologies
THL 4600 - Global Poverty & Justice
THL 5150 - Introduction to Islam
THL 5170 - Islamic Philosophy & Theology
THL 5180 - Islamic Political Thought
THL 5700 - Black Religious Experience