The African studies minor offers an interdisciplinary approach to the study of Africa through history, politics, anthropology, philosophy, music, economics, and geography. It enables students to acquire a broad view of the cultural richness and history of this most ancient of continents and affords an in-depth understanding of the issues and challenges Africa has endured and continues to face at the beginning of the twenty-first century. For more information, call the Department of History at 765-285-8700.
MINOR IN AFRICAN STUDIES, 17-18 hours
Sen Thesis (3) Africa (3)Modrn Africa (3)Comp Slave (3)Southern Afr (3)African Phil (3)
499 African Studies Senior Thesis. (3)
The formulation or writing of a research-oriented thesis/project working with a faculty advisor or the director of African studies. Students will produce a research paper or project on an African theme or topic of their choice. Prerequisite: fourteen (14) hours completed or in progress from African Studies minor; permission of the department chairperson. Open only to students minoring in African studies.
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