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Pan-African Studies Minor

College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Pan-African Studies
Oscar Ritchie Hall
Tel: 330-672-2300

A Pan-African Studies minor introduces students to the experiences and accomplishments of people of African descent wherever they may be in the world. It complements majors in other fields that prepare students to work in areas such as education, law, law enforcement, public service, social work, research, foreign service, business and community development.  Beyond the required courses, students may choose to focus on history, Diaspora studies, politics, language, culture, arts or a general program.

Course    Title    Credits    
PAS    23001    Black Experience I: Beginnings to 1865
23002    Black Experience II: 1865-Present
37000    Oral and Written Discourse in Pan-African Studies    3   
37010    Research Methods in Pan-African Studies    3

Elective upper-division courses    3   
Choose from the following:    3   
PAS    22200    Introduction to African Arts (3)

33200    Ancient African Civilizations (3)     
34000    Introduction to African World View (3)     
Choose from the following:    3   
PAS    35100    Black Social and Political Thought (3)     
35200    African Social and Political Systems (3)     
TOTAL    21   

Minimum cumulative 2.00 GPA required for graduation.

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