African American Courses

The African American Studies major requires 9 hours of foundational courses, such as Introduction to African American Studies, and 21 hours distributed across the Social Sciences, History, English, and Visual and Performing Arts.

The minor includes the 9 hours of foundational courses, but has only a 6-hour distribution requirement. Students may select from a wide range of interesting courses including African American Popular Culture, African American Sexuality and Society, Black Women Rising, Black Women Writers, The Black Male, Blacks in Hollywood Film, The Black Family, The Black Athlete and Research Methods in African American Studies.


Summer 2021

AAS 271-001  Introduction to African American Studies
CRN: 28796
ASynchronous Online Learning
Instructor:  Ariel Smith

AAS 371-001  The Black Athlete
CRN: 11089
ASynchronous Online Learning
Instructor:  Megan Williams

Spring 2021

AAS 271-005  Introduction to African American Studies
CRN: 31806
TH  10:30-11:45
Synchronous Online Learning
Instructor:  Malik Raymond

AAS 271-OL1  Introduction to African American Studies
CRN: 31813
ASynchronous Online Learning
Instructor:  Mindy Tan

AAS 371-001  Blackness in Culture
CRN: 31805
MWF  11:30-12:20
Synchronous Online Learning
Instructor:  Ariel Smith

AAS 373-001  History of Injustice in the United States
CRN: 15566
TH  3:00-4:15
Instructor:  Ronald Stephens

AAS 373-002  North African Literature & Culture
CRN: 27153
TH  12:00-1:15
Synchronous Online Learning
Instructor:  Ahmed Idrissi Alami

AAS 375-001  The Black Family
CRN: 31803
TH  12:00-1:15
Synchronous Online Learning
Instructor:  Ronald Stephens

AAS 473-001  Black in Hollywood Film
CRN: 27482
MW  3:30-4:20
Synchronous Online Learning
Instructor:  Mindy Tan

AAS 473-002  Black in Hollywood Film
CRN: 27483
ASynchronous Online Learning
Instructor:  Mindy Tan

 

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