See descriptions of approved interdepartmental minors below. For more information about minors available within each field of study, visit the website or contact the dean’s office of the relevant college.
In addition to fulfilling all the basic requirements for a minor (see Minor Fields of Study), students who declare Africana studies as a minor are required to take two core courses: AAF 201 and 202 (six credits). In addition, students select four electives (12 credits) from the following: AAF 360, 390, 410; APG 313; COM 333; ECN 386; ENG 247, 248, 362, 363, 364, 474; HIS 150, 384, 388; and PSC 408. Students who want to use other courses that have as their central focus some aspect of the black experience may do so with permission from the program director.
For a description of the degree program for the major, see Africana Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences section.