To earn a minor in Africana studies, a student must complete 18 credits in Africana studies. The courses selected to fulfill the requirements of the minor must include nine credits of introductory-level courses. The other nine credits will be earned in upper-level courses of the student’s interest and selection. A minimum grade of “C” must be earned in each course counting toward the minor.
A. Core Requirements (9 credits)
AFST 100 Introduction to the Black Experience
AFST 206 African-American History: A Survey
AFST 211, 212, or 213 – Introduction to Contemporary Africa, Introduction to African History, Africa: Culture and Development
B. Elective Requirements (9 credits)
Nine credits of upper level AFST courses