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  Dec 18, 2017
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke 2016-2017 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

African American Studies Minor

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Coordinator: Frederick H. Stephens

The Departments of Social Work; English,Theatre, and Foreign Languages; Geology and Geography; History; and Political Science and Public Administration offer a multidisciplinary minor in African American Studies. This program is designed to introduce the student to the knowledge base of African American contributions to American society and to provide a theoretical approach to understanding African American culture. The student interested in this multidisciplinary minor will have the opportunity to conduct research in areas of African American Studies.

Requirements for an African American Studies Minor

Guided Electives:

Students must take 18 hours from the courses below, selecting courses from at least three different areas (i.e., SWK, ENG, GGY, HST, PLS).*

Area 1: Social Work/Sociology and Criminal Justice

Area 3: Geography

Total: 18 Sem. Hrs.

*Permission of the African American Studies Coordinator is required before any topics course may be used to meet the requirements for the minor in African American Studies.

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