The undergraduate program of African American Studies offers a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree in African American Studies, as well as a minor in African Studies and a minor in African American Studies.
Please visit the Registrar’s website here to learn about the current requirements necessary to complete a BA or BS in African American Studies.
Please visit the Registrar’s website here to learn about the current requirements necessary to complete a minor in either African American Studies or African Studies.
Please contact DAAS faculty advisor Prof. Richard Wamai to learn more about combined majors.
In order to see current course offerings follow these directions after clicking here:
1) Select appropriate Term (i.e., Fall 2014 Semester), then click the SUBMIT button.
2) Select BOTH African Studies and African American Studies by clicking on one first, then holding either the shift or Ctrl and clicking the other. African American Studies courses are labeled both AFRS (African Studies) and AFAM (African American Studies).
3) Click the SUBMIT button at the bottom left of the page.
*** African American Studies courses are listed both under AFAM and AFRS***
Please contact our Head Advisor, Prof. Richard Wamai, for a one-on-one consultation to create a plan of action that will allow you to take advantage of all of the opportunities that will keep you inspired and motivated to accomplish your goals while also catering to your intellectual interests.