The Africana Studies minor is designed to provide students with an integrated understanding and appreciation for the African, African American, Caribbean, and other African Diaspora experiences in their diverse dimensions. Courses in the minor will provide students with a general interdisciplinary understanding of the field as well as an opportunity for regional and/or disciplinary concentrations. Students are encouraged to pursue study abroad to enhance their understanding of African diasporic experiences.
Total credit hours required for minor: 18
Africana Studies Majors/Minors will be able to
1. identify a thesis in another writer’s work.
2. identify and use relevant research materials
3. identify and formulate an argument and research question based on critical thinking and contextual analysis
4. communicate clearly