African/African American Studies Concentration
Director: Professor Kofi Owusu
In this concentration, the study of the diaspora of African-derived peoples and cultures is rooted both in the mastery of a social science, arts and literature, or humanities discipline, and in cross-cultural, comparative interdisciplinary course work. The concentration will emphasize an international perspective.
Requirements for the Concentration:
The African/African American Studies Concentration requires seven courses as follows:
Two survey courses
One team-taught, interdisciplinary course
Three distribution courses that are deemed essential to the concentration chosen from at least two of the following groups: arts and literature, humanities, social sciences. Two of the three courses must be at the 300-level.
Senior Seminar in African/African American Studies
For a list of relevant courses, see the African/African American Studies major.