AC African-American Studies
This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid. Courses selected must satisfy the following General Education Requirements: Awareness Area: Cultural Diversity in the United States (C) 3 credits Historical Awareness (H) 3credits Core Area: Humanities (HU) 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences (SB) 6 credits
The interdisciplinary Academic Certificate (AC) in African-American Studies enhances students understanding of African-Americans by examining history, social issues, literature, culture, religion, ethnic relations, and gender issues. Through coursework, students develop skills in critical thinking, inquiry, and discourse while becoming more informed.
|AFR110||Introduction to African-American Studies (SB, C)||3|
|AFR/ASB/CCS202||Ethnic Relations in the United States (SB, C, H)||3|
|AFR203||African-American History: The Slavery Experience (SB, C, H)||3|
|AFR204||African-American History: Reconstruction to the Present (SB, C, H)||3|
|CPD103BC||African-American Cultural Pride and Awareness (AFS Department Elective)||2|
|ENH114||African-American Literature (HU, C)||3|
|HIS203||African-American History I (SB, C, H)||3|
|HIS204||African-American History II (SB, C, H)||3|
|HUM214||African-Americans in Film (HU, C)||3|
|REL225||African-American Religions (HU, C)||3|
|SOC143||Sociology of African American Problems (SB, C)||3|
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View MCCCD's program website for the Academic Certificate in African-American Studies (https://aztransmac2.asu.edu/cgi-bin/WebObjects/acres.woa/wa/freeForm?id=90644).
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