In addition to the required courses AFR 303, AFR 375, and AFR 376, AFR majors on the 12-14 catalog are required to take four courses in ONE track (either “Critical Black Studies”, “Black Education, Psychology, and Mental Health”, “Black Popular Culture”, “Blacks in Government, Law, and Policy”, or “African and African Diasporic Cultures and Languages”), two courses that fall into any theme (“Capitalism, White Supremacy, and Black Resistance”, “Black Feminism and Queer Theories”, “History and Theory of Black Studies”, “Urban Studies: Economics, Health, and Education”, “Migration and Diaspora”, and “Expressive Culture”), and three more AFR courses out of any category as electives.
Students must also take courses from at least two geographical areas: in most cases these areas are self-evident, but for questions, contact the undergrad advisor.
Twenty four hours (eight courses) of your AADS coursework must be upper-division.
Though some courses can count for multiple requirements, a course can only be applied to requirements ONCE.
This list is subject to change and does not take the place of advising or the official Spring 2016 Course Schedule.
YOR 611C Intermediate Yoruba Afolabi
(Prereq: YOR 601C with a grade of at
least a C)
AFR 303 Intro to Black Studies Gordon GC, EL, CD Flags
AFR 375 Community Internship Tang CD, EL, II Flags