Africana Studies Courses

  • AAS 2100, Introduction to African American Studies (Prefix AST fall 2017)
  • AAS/ENGL 2020, Themes in Literature and Culture: African American Nonfiction Literature (Prefix AST fall 2017)
  • AAS/ENGL 2020, Themes in Literature and Culture: The African American Experience in Literature (Prefix AST fall 2017)
  • AST/HIST 2040, Survey African American History I
  • AST/HIST 2050, Survey African American History II
  • AST/HIST 3075, History Abroad Senegal
  • AST/SW 3200, Cultural Diversity: Competency for Practice
  • AST/PSY 3250, Perspectives on Black Psychology
  • AST/ENGL 3340, African American Literature
  • AST/GEOG 3470, Geography of Sub-Sarharan Africa
  • AST/ANTH 3514, People and Cultures of Africa
  • AST 4200, African American Film, Theater, and Television Images
  • AST/SOC 4240, Race and Ethnic Relations
  • AST/HIST 4430, Sub-Saharan Africa
  • AST/HIST 4490, Mexico and the Caribbean
  • AST/MUHL 4530, History of Jazz
  • AAS 4600, Interdisciplinary Seminar in African American Studies (Prefix AST fall 2017)
  • AAS/HIST 4750, African American Social and Intellectual History
  • AAS/HIST 4755, Race and Place: The Struggle for Fair Housing since 1900
  • AAS 4990, Independent Study in African American Studies (Prefix AST fall 2017)

Africana Studies Elective Courses 

  • HIST 3030, Topics in African American History
  • PS 3170, Civil Rights Policy and Politics
  • PS 3420, African-American Politics
  • ENGL 3450, Studies in Narratives: Contemporary African Literature
  • PHIL 3500, Philosophy, Race, and Society
  • ENGL 3735, Black Women as Writers
  • AAS/PS 4180, African Politics
  • HIST 4520, Modern Latin America
  • GEOG 4500, Geography of the Middle East and North Africa
  • MUHL 4540, History of Black Gospel Music
  • PSY 4720, Multicultural Perspectives in Psychology and Education
  • JOUR 4820, Race, Gender, and Class in Media
  • ANTH/HIST 4860 Historical Archaeology
  •  ART 4870, African Art
  • ART 4880, African American Art
  • ENGL 4900, Selected Topics in Literature and Language: African Diaspora
  • ENGL 4940, Studies in Prose Nonfiction: United States Slave Narratives