Fall 2015 Courses Related to Pan-African Studies

Posted on 3/30/2015 4:00:13 PM

Looking for interesting courses for fall 2015? Consider these courses related to Pan-African Studies!

ANTH 271 (3cr) — Cultural Area: Africa.1, 2, 3
Dr. A. Poole. TR 12:30–1:45. McElhaney 104.

COMM 380 (3cr) — The History of African Americans in Film.1,2
Dr. M. Leidman.  W 5:15–7:45. Stouffer G-7.

ECON 339 (3cr)Economic Development I.1,3
Dr. Y. Sissoko. MWF 1:25–2:15. McElhaney 206.

HIST 196 (3cr) — Exploration of U.S. History, Section 018 only. African American History from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement. 
Dr. X. Wang. MW 5:05–6:20. Keith 238. Counts as a Liberal Studies Humanities Course. May count toward the minor in Pan-African Studies. 

HIST 365 (3cr)History of Black America since Emancipation.1
Dr. E. Conlin.  MWF 2:30–3:20.  Keith 236.

JRNL 375 (3cr) — World News Coverage.1, 2
Dr. S. Mukasa. Two sections, both in Davis 418: Section 001 TR 9:30–10:45 and Section 002 TR 5:00–6:15.

RLST 360 (3cr) — African Religions.1, 2, 3
Dr. N. Cleophat. MWF 2:30–3:20. McElhaney 205.

SOC 362 (3cr) — Racial and Ethnic Minorities.1, 2
Dr. D. Mullins. Two Sections, 001 TR 2:00–3:15 in McElhaney 205 and 002 TR 3:30–4:45 in McElhaney 101.

1 Counts toward the minor in Pan-African Studies

2 Counts as a Liberal Studies Elective

3 Fulfills the requirement for Global and Multicultural Awareness