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The African and African American Studies minor provides students with a grounding in intellectual and historical trends in African and African American culture, as well as the opportunity to conduct advanced research in the field.
Select 9 credits of electives from:
History and Social Sciences: 3 credits (African and African American studies, history, political science, and psychology).
Humanities and Fine Arts: 3 credits (African and African American studies, art, English, and music).
An additional 3 credits should be chosen from either category above.
Six of the nine elective credits must be at the 300 or 400 level. African and African American studies 250 (a 1 credit course) may be repeated twice for credit toward the minor.