- Demonstrate the ability to analyze the cultural, historical, political, and social aspects of the African Diaspora.
- Possess the critical vocabulary and concepts with which to describe and interpret the lived experience of people of the African Diaspora.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the interdisciplinary character of the field.
This is an interdisciplinary minor. The Africana Studies minor completes, with a grade of C- or better, AFRC-101 Introduction to Africana Studies and at least 16 semester hours in the following courses or other courses approved by the program coordinator. Students consult with a minor adviser to select courses and are expected to take a balance of upper- and lower-level courses. At least three of these courses must be at the 200-level or higher.
Double-counting restriction for interdisciplinary minors: Only 4 semester hours of this minor may be double-counted toward the student's major.