AFAM 201. Theories and Foundations of Africana Studies. 3 Hours.

Semester course; 3 lecture hours. 3 credits. Explores the origins of African American studies in the civil rights and Black Power movements. Examines critical issues and perspectives in the discipline from its inception to the present day. Possible topics include black nationalism, neo-colonialism, Kawaida theory, black women's studies, Afrocentrism, Egyptology, black queer studies, critical race theory, diaspora theory and community engagement.

Interdisciplinary career readiness skills, minor in

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...Mathematical Reasoning 3 PHIL 201 Introduction to Ethics...3 Global/intercultural fluency AFAM 200 Introduction to...

Art History, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

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...course) 12 Humanities 3XX (AFAM, ANTH, RELS, GSWS...language (101, 102 and 201, if needed) The...