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ARCHIVE - Afro-American Studies Minor (AFAMR)

ARCHIVED FILE
Begin Date: Summer Session 1988
End Date: Fall Semester 1999 (Name change to African American Studies Minor - AFAMR)

Afro-American Studies Minor (AFAMR) - (ARCHIVE)

PROFESSOR DEBORAH F. ATWATER, in charge

The Department of African and African American Studies awards a certificate to students who, in addition to meeting the requirements for a major, complete 18 credits in the Afro-American Studies minor. This minor is designed for students interested in Afro-American culture and the development of Black people in the United States. Courses included in the curriculum of the Afro-American Studies minor may be used to fulfill requirements for both the minor and basic graduation requirements.

Scheduling Recommendation by Semester Standing given like (Sem:1-2)

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MINOR: 18 credits

PRESCRIBED COURSES (9 credits)
ENGL 139 GH;DF(3), HIST 152 GH(3) (Sem: 1-8)
SOC 409 GS;DF(3) (Sem: 5-8)

ADDITIONAL COURSES (6-9 credits)

Select 6-9 credits from the following, including 3 credits at the 400 level:
ECON 435, 436 DF, COMM (WMNST) 205 DF, MUSIC 007 GA (Sem: 1-7)
AAA S 401, EDTHP 411 DF, EXSCI 412, LL ED 402, 467, RL ST 145 GH;DF, SOC 119 GS;DF (Sem: 5-8)

SUPPORTING COURSES AND RELATED AREAS (0-3 credits)
Students may select a course from a related area with the approval of the department (Sem: 1-7)


The Pennsylvania State University ©1998

The University reserves the right to change the requirements and regulations listed here and to determine whether a student has satisfactorily met its requirements for admission or graduation, and to reject any applicant for any reason the University determines to be material to the applicant's qualifications to pursue higher education. Nothing in this material should be considered a guarantee that completion of a program and graduation from the University will result in employment.

Effective Date: Fall Semester 1999

Review Date: 1/20/98

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