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African American and Africana Studies Minor Requirement description

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Title

African American and Africana Studies Minor Requirement description

Subject

A thorough explanation of the African American and Africana Studies program and the electives that may count towards the minor.

Description

“African American and Africana Studies” is the minor requirement description written by the office of the Registrar and published in the 2004-2005 Ursinus College Course Catalog. The African American and Africana Studies program allows students to study the experiences of people in the African Diaspora (i.e. The United States, Latin America and Africa). In order to attain the minor, students must take two classes: Issues in African American and Africana Studies and Readings in African American and Africana Studies. The minor requires 4 additional electives which span across 11 different departments. While this is the first catalogue to include the African American Africana Studies minor, several of the courses have been offered in years prior. No more than 2 courses from a single department will be counted towards the minor.

Creator

The office of the registrar at Ursinus College

Source

the Ursinus College Course Catalogue 2004-2005

Publisher

Ursinus College

Date

May, 2005

Contributor

The office of the registrar at Ursinus College

Rights

Ursinus College, all rights reserved

Format

A TIFF File

Language

English

Type

Course Catalog Description

Identifier

Creation of the African American and African Studies program at Ursinus College.

Coverage

Ursinus College 2004-2005

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Original Format

Course Catalog Description

Files

AAAS Minor 2004-2005 Course Catalogue.tif

Citation

The office of the registrar at Ursinus College, “African American and Africana Studies Minor Requirement description,” Digital History at Ursinus, accessed November 20, 2019, http://omeka.ursinus.edu/items/show/1473.

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