|Tuition & Financial Aid|
|College of Arts & Sciences|
|Boler School of Business|
|Preparing for Postgraduate Study|
|Academic Departments and Programs|
| Faculty and
UNDERGRADUATE BULLETIN 2005 - 2007
Africana Studies Concentration
This concentration is designed to provide students with a focused, systematic, and interdisciplinary plan to study multifaceted issues of the African Diaspora. The concentration offers two tracks -- African Diaspora Cultural Studies and African-American Cultural Studies. Each track is 22 hours and shares a common core of classes. All students are expected to take: BL 115/115L, either PS 342 or SC 255, and either AR 499A (Senior Seminar: Program Evaluation and Policy Studies in Black America) or AR 499B (Senior Seminar: Program Evaluation of Policy Studies in the African Diaspora).
African-American Cultural Studies students are additionally expected to take one course each from four of the groups A through F, for a total of 12 hours: A -- HS 131, HS 341, HS 343, HS 495; B -- PL 398 (with coordinator approval); C -- RL 229 (with approval), RL 327, RL 399 (with approval); D -- PO 310, PO 315, PO 316; E -- EN 278, EN 299 (with approval), EN 379; F -- CO 321, CO 324, CO 344.
African-Diaspora Cultural Studies students are additionally expected to take one course each from four of the groups A through D, for a total of 12 hours: A -- PL 285, PL 398 (with approval); B -- RL 299 (with approval); RL 328; C -- PO 310, EN 286 (with approval), EN 480, ML 206, ML 399 (with approval), SP 429; D -- HS 131.
Coordinator: Dr. Sheri Young, Department of Psychology.
John Carroll University — 20700 North Park Blvd — University Heights, OH 44118 — Tel: 216.397.1886 — Admission: 216.397.4294