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African/African American Studies Concentration (AFAMc)

Director: Professor Harry McKinley Williams

In this concentration, the study of the traditions and experiences of Africans in the New and Old Worlds is rooted both in the mastery of a social science, arts and literature, or humanities discipline, and in interdisciplinary course work. The concentration will emphasize international and cross-cultural perspectives.

Requirements for the Concentration

The African/African American Studies Concentration requires seven courses as follows:

Two survey courses

One 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.