PAN AFRICAN STUDIES CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

  • The program incorporates several themes that are present throughout program.
  • Some of these themes are: equity, equality, fairness, freedom, and access to public goods and services.  
  • Certificate will be awarded at the same time baccalaureate degree is conferred.
  • Students with baccalaureate degrees will be awarded certificate at the successful completion of the last courses to fulfill the certificate requirement.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 

In keeping with the vision, mission, and goals of the Pan African Studies program, students are required to take 6 credit hours of required courses and 9 credit hours of elective courses. Below is a link to view the most current course listings.

 

Pan African Studies Course Listings

  • Required Introductory Courses:

    Students pursuing this certificate program must take a total of 6 credit hours of required courses.

    All students must take the first course:

              Introduction to Pan African Studies   (3002:201).

    Students have the choice of fulfilling the remaining 3 required credit hours with the following courses:

              African American History, 1492-1877  (3402:361).
             
    -OR-
             
    African American History, 1877-Present  (3400:362). 


COMPLETION OF THE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM: 

Upon completion of the Pan African Studies certificate program, students should: 


 

CONTACT US:

If you are interested in or have questions about the program, please contact the Program Director, Dr. Sheldon Wrice at

330-972-6023 or email swrice1@uakron.edu.