AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES/MINOR
Minor Credit Hours: 21
The African American Studies minor includes courses from a variety of disciplines, such as sociology, history, literature, philosophy, psychology, communications, political science and social work. The minor provides a framework for understanding African-American history and culture and contemporary triumphs and struggles of African Americans. For further information about African American Studies at Lewis University, consult the African American Studies coordinator or the chair of the Sociology Department.
I. Required Courses (9)
09-334 African-American History I (3)
09-335 African-American History II (3)
20-290 Cultural Diversity and Intergroup Relations (3)
20-389 Capstone in African American Studies (3)
II. Elective Courses (12)
At least two courses (6) must be selected which offer full coverage of African American heritage and issues. Two additional courses (6) may be selected which offer partial coverage of African American heritage and issues. Please refer to the University Course Schedule for the specific offerings each semester.