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African and African American Studies

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  • The African and African American Studies Program:

    • Is an interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary study of the cultures and peoples of Africa and African descent in the Americas.
    • The academic program offers a minor which explore the historical, social, political, and economic experiences of Africans and African Americans.
    • The objective of the program is to develop committed and well trained teachers, scholars, and professionals.
    • The program is recommended for all Liberal Arts majors (Political Science, Sociology, History, English, Economics, et al), and the Professions of Education, Criminal Justice, Law, Business, and Health Sciences.
    • All students interested in enhancing their ability to work effectively in urban areas will find this minor program a valuable and enriching experience.
    • All students interested in developing a global understanding of today's world will find the courses valuable in developing an important body of knowledge.

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    Fall Concert Series in the Glen Music 03:00 PM - 05:00 PM

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