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Department of History

Department of History

Black Studies Minor Curriculum


Black Studies Minor is composed of 12 required credit hours and 6 elective hours.

REQUIRED COURSES AND CREDIT HOURS
 
HIST 319: African American History to 1877 3
HIST 320: African American History since 1877 3
HUM 200: African Culture 3
PSY 210: Introduction to Black/African Psychology 3
Elective Courses 6
Total hours for minor:   18

 

ELECTIVE COURSES AND CREDIT HOURS
 
HIST 341: History of West Africa 3
HIST 342: History of East Africa 3
ENG 415: African American Literature 3
ENG 421: Africana Film and Literature 3
PSY 212: Psychology of the Black/African Family 3
SOC 306: Minority Groups 3
SOC 401: Social Issues of the Black Family 3
FREN 101and 102:
FREN 201:
Beginning French
Intermediate French
(or three hours above the major requirement)
9
SPAN 101 and 102:
SPAN 201:
Beginning Spanish
Intermediate Spanish
(or three hours above the major requirement)
9
Other courses directly relating to the black experience (courses that have “the black experience” delineated in their catalogue descriptions) as transferred credit 6

Student: As you select courses from the list of electives please have your course selections approved by your academic advisor and department head before completing course registration.