Undergraduate Course Catalog

African-American Studies

The African-American studies minor explores the culture of black Americans and Africans to help all students understand themselves and relationships between blacks and whites. The knowledge of American, Caribbean, and African societies prepares students for careers in multinational business, multicultural education, law, journalism, radio, television, social work, and urban planning. 
    For more information, call the Department of History at 765-285-8700.


MINOR IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES, 18 hours

PREFIX NO    SHORT TITLE

CR HRS

ENG
HIST 

491
210
441

Afr Am Lit 
Black His US
Comp Slave

3
3
3

9 hours from
ANTH
CJC
HIST


PHIL
POLS

PSYSC
SOC
311
311
407
416
417
315
411
475
325
421
Ethnicity (3)
Race Gender (3)
Am Civil War (3)
Antebell Sou (3)
New South (3)
African Amer (3)
Amer Thought (3)
Minor Group (3)
Prej&Discrim (3)
Minorities (3)










9


18 hrs

Students must take courses in at least three disciplines and they must take appropriate courses to meet prerequisites for any classes offered in the minor.