Black Studies Minor

The Black Studies minor offers students the opportunity to examine developments and ideas in the African diaspora, especially the United States, and Africa from an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary perspective. As such, it provides opportunities to explore social, political, intellectual and artistic currents in the Americas, Africa, and Europe with relevance to Blacks and Africans of the diaspora as well as their arts, culture, and literature. It develops students’ critical thinking and cultural awareness necessary in many professional activities.

Minor in Black Studies Requirements: 18 Credits

History/Political Science
Select one of the following:3
The African World
The African-American Experience
Equality, Minorities, and Public Policy
Black History Through Literature
Origins of Modern Africa
Politics of Africa
Race In America: Idea And Reality
Nationalist Movements In Colonial Africa
Society And Belief Systems In Africa
History of West Africa
Southern Africa: The Politics Of Race
Anthropology/Sociology/Psychology/Theology
Select one of the following:3
The Urban Social System
American Cultural Minorities
Christianity in Africa
The Rwanda Genocide as a Challenge for the Church
Literature/Fine Arts
Select one of the following:3
Art International: The Art Culture of the Global Community
Introduction To African Literature
African-American Literature
Literature Of Francophone Africa
Jazz in American Culture
Nine additional credits of any BKS course9
Total Credits18