Major in African and African-American Studies
A minimum of 10 courses is required, including the following:
- One of the following four introductory courses:
- AAS 106 (HIS 106) Colonial and Contemporary Africa
- AAS 110 (HIS 110) Introduction to African and African-American Studies
- AAS 141 (HIS 165) African-American History I
- AAS 142 (HIS 166) African-American History II
- Seven electives in African and African-American Studies as indicated by AAS cross-listings. Not more than two can be at the 100-level. At least four must be grouped in either the Social Sciences or Humanities. At least one must address foundational or methodological issues in an established discipline; see the Curriculum Director for a list of possible courses that satisfy this particular requirement in specific disciplines.
- AAS 297 Colloquium in African & African-American Studies.
- AAS 380 Senior Seminar (or a Senior Tutorial when the Seminar is not possible).
For more information in African and African-American Studies contact:
The Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
311A Morey Hall,
Professor Cilas Kemedjio, Curriculum Director for the Frederick Douglass Institute,
311B Morey Hall, Tel: x3-5346