Sep 23, 2018  
Xavier University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 2018-2019 
  
Xavier University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 2018-2019

Africana Studies Minor


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The Africana Studies minor serves as an introduction to the historical, political, cultural and social traditions of the African continent and the African Diaspora within disciplinary and interdisciplinary contexts.  Elective courses which satisfy the intellectual requirements of the minor trace the customs, mores and histories of African nations or countries with significant African Diaspora populations, perform comparative analysis between African or African Diaspora populations, or focus on individual spheres - cultural, economic, political, social, etc. - within specific African/African Diaspora populations.

Requirements:


Students completing the 15-credit hour minor must fulfill the following minimal requirements:

1 three credit hour introductory course on African cultures:


1 three credit hour elective intermediate course on African cultures:


1 three credit hour introductory course on African Diaspora populations:


1 three credit hour elective intermediate course on African Diaspora populations:


1 three credit hour exit seminar:


  •  One three credit-hour exit seminar housed in the department of the professor teaching it that particular semester.

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