Courses

Border

Lower Division Courses

For course descriptions, please see the current course catalog.

  • AFAM 002A: African-Americans and the Development of America's History and Government
  • AFAM 002B: African-Americans and the Development of America's History and Government
  • AFAM 022: The Humanities in African-American Culture
  • AFAM 025: The Changing Majority: Power and Ethnicity in America
  • AFAM 040: African Origins

 Border

Upper Division Courses

For course descriptions, please see the current course catalog.

  • AFAM 100W: Writing Workshop
  • AFAM 102: African-American Music
  • AFAM 105: Health, Justice, and the Black Experience
  • AFAM 106: Race and Culture in the African Diaspora
  • AFAM 110: Education of the Black Child
  • AFAM 111: African Nations: History, Politics, and Culture
  • AFAM 112: African Immigrant Communities in the U.S.
  • AFAM 115: The Black Community Past and Present
  • AFAM 119: Africana Philosophy and Culture
  • AFAM 120: Sociology of African-American Communities
  • AFAM 125: The Black Family: Historical/Contemporary Realities
  • AFAM 130: Psychology of the Black Community
  • AFAM 133: Introduction to Social Issues in Planning
  • AFAM 134: The Black Civil Rights Movement
  • AFAM 137: Religion in the Black Community
  • AFAM 142: Race, Ethnicity, and the Law
  • AFAM 145: Urban Policy and Its Impact on Inner City Residents
  • AFAM 150: West African Drumming and Culture
  • AFAM 151: Race, Class and the Environment
  • AFAM 152: Black Women in the U.S.
  • AFAM 155: The Triumph and Tragedy of Black Athletes in U.S. History
  • AFAM 156: Black Women Writers: Race, Culture and Resistance
  • AFAM 157: Globalization and Technology in Youth Culture
  • AFAM 159: Economic Issues in the Black Community
  • AFAM 160: Blacks in U.S. Politics and Society
  • AFAM 161: Black Representations in Media and New Technology
  • AFAM 164: Survey of Black Business Organizations
  • AFAM 165: Topics in Ethnic American Literature
  • AFAM 166: African-American Women in History
  • AFAM 180: Individual Studies
  • AFAM 184: Directed Reading
  • AFAM 190: Internship in Community Development
  • AFAM 198: Senior Seminar in African-American Studies
  • AFAM 200: Colloquium in African Origins
  • AFAM 210: Seminar in African-American History
  • AFAM 220: Socio-Psychological Development of Black Community
  • AFAM 240: Seminar in Black Politics and Urban Problems
  • AFAM 298: Special Studies

 * For Advising, please see the Access Center in Clark Hall or email Dr. Travis Boyce, Department Chair, for an advising appointment.

Border