Pan-African Studies (3002)

Pan African Studies (3002)

201 INTRO TO PAN-AFRICAN STUDIES 3 credits
Prerequisites: 3300:112 or 2020:121. An interdisciplinary study from an Afrocentric perspective of African and African diaspora experiences. The course will focus on central issues related to the discipline.
301 CIVIL RIGHTS AMERICA: 1945-74 3 credits
Social and political actions, events and environment which produces civil rights movement in America. Legal, political and organizational strategies; philosophical arguments; prominent civil rights activists.
401 SEMINAR AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES 3 credits
Prerequisite: 3400:260 or permission. Exploration and intensive examination of variety of issues related to role and minority group relations which normally stand outside the compass of any one subject matter area.
405 AFRICAN AMER MEN'S HIST & STUD 3 credits
This course will examine the experiences of the African American Men from a historical, socio-economic, philosophical, religious/spiritual, psychological standpoint.
410 AFRICAN AMERICAN RELIGIOUS EXP 3 credits
This course explores the diversity of African American religious beliefs, experiences, and expressions from the colonial era to the present.
420 ST: AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES 1-3 credits
(May be repeated for a maximum of three semester credits). Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
498 INDP STUDY: PAN-AFRICAN 1-3 credits
(May be repeated for a maximum of three semester credits). Prerequisites: 3002:201 and 3400:260 or 3400:261 and permission of director. Directed study in a special field of interest chosen by student in consultation with instructor.

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