Black Diaspora Studies Minor
The minor in Black Diaspora Studies is designed to introduce students to the study of the cultures of the Black world including Africa and the Black Diaspora in the United States of America, Brazil, and the Caribbean. Students interested in a minor in Black Diaspora Studies take fifteen semester hours from the list of courses and achieve a grade of C or better in each class. If a student knows of a course not found on this list that focuses on African, African American, or Black Diaspora issues, he or she can petition the Dean of Arts and Sciences to include it. However, no more than six semester hours may be used from any one discipline, such as English or Sociology.
Fifteen hours with grades of C or better distributed as follows:
At least ONE, but no more than TWO from the following:
The remainder of the courses to be taken from the following:
MUSC 3650/BLST 3650: Make arrangements with the instructor to take this two credit course for three credits.