Pan African Studies (3002)
3002:201. Introduction to Pan-African Studies. (3 Credits)
Prerequisites: 3300:112 or 2020:121. An interdisciplinary study from an Afrocentric perspective of African and African diaspora experiences. The course will focus on central issues related to the discipline.
3002:301. Civil Rights Movement in America: 1945-1974. (3 Credits)
Social and political actions, events and environment which produces civil rights movement in America. Legal, political and organizational strategies; philosophical arguments; prominent civil rights activists.
3002:401. Seminar in Afro-American Studies. (3 Credits)
Prerequisite: 3400:361. Exploration and intensive examination of variety of issues related to role and minority group relations which normally stand outside the compass of any one subject matter area.
3002:405. African American Men's History and Studies. (3 Credits)
This course will examine the experiences of the African American Men from a historical, socio-economic, philosophical, religious/spiritual, psychological standpoint.
3002:410. African American Religious Experience. (3 Credits)
This course explores the diversity of African American religious beliefs, experiences, and expressions from the colonial era to the present.
3002:420. Special Topics in Afro-American Studies. (1-3 Credits)
(May be repeated for a maximum of three semester credits). Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.