Prospective students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 are encouraged to apply for admission into the interdisciplinary minor in African Studies. Students desiring a minor in African Studies must complete 12 credit hours of required core courses and 6 credit hours of elective courses for a total of 18 credit hours.
ANTH310: People and Culture of Africa
(or any other related 200 level or higher course approved by the program advisor)
GEOG332: Geography of Africa
HIST352a: History of Africa: South of the Sahara, Prehistoric to Colonial Times
HIST352b: History of Africa: South of the Sahara, Colonial Times to Present
ART469: Primitive Art: Africa and Oceania
ENGL340: Literature of the Third World
ENGL345: African American Poetry and Folklore
FL121: Learning Another Language: Yoruba Language and Culture
FR111e: The French-Speaking World.
FR457: African and Caribbean Literature of French Expression
GEOG201: World Regions
GEOG428: Travel Study (Africa Field Trip)
HIST 427: History of Southern Africa
NOTE: Students may register and take any other courses related to Africa approved by the Program Advisor