The Africana Studies major consists of 10 courses. Students may take no more than four courses in a single department. For a complete list of requirements for the major please visit the College Catalog.
- ANT 371 Ethnographic Writing and Research
- ANT 372 Visualizing Anthropology
- COM 201 Introduction to Communication Studies
- ECO 101 Introductory Economics
- EDU 121 History of Educational Theory and Practice
- ENG 220 Literary Analysis
- ENV 202 Environmental Social Sciences
- GSS 201 Feminist and Queer Theories
- HIS - Any 200-level class
- LAS 101 Introduction to Latin American Studies
- POL 201 Methods and Statistics in Political Science
- PSY 101 General Psychology
- REL 141 Introduction to Theology
- SOC 101 Introductory Sociology
Students who qualify during their junior year with a minimum GPA and an approved research proposal will be eligible to complete a year-long thesis (AS 498/499) by way of which honors in the major can be earned, and which serves as the capstone for those students. These courses will be taught as independent studies. To qualify for honors at graduation, candidates must earn an average of 3.5 or above in the major, and an overall average of 3.2 or above.