Requirements for completing the African American Studies Minor
The Minor on African American Studies (AAS) at Missouri State University consists of eighteen (18) credit hours including the courses listed below. Please note:
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AAS 100 Introduction to African American Studies (3), F,S
HST 331 African American History I
HST 332 African American History II
Pan-African Background & Perspectives
ANT 330 Peoples and Cultures*
ANT 331 Peoples and Cultures of the Caribbean
ANT 332 Peoples and Cultures of Africa
ANT 490 Field Experience in Anthropology
ENG 363 Introduction of African Literature
GRY 507 Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
HST 323 Women in Africa
HST 335 African Civilization
PLS 550 African Politics
ARTS & HUMANITIES
ART 273 Survey of Art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas
ART 488 Basic Conventions of Art and Artifacts*
ENG 355 African American Literature
ENG 455 African American Literature
REL 365 Life and thought of Martin Luther King Jr.
POLITICS & SOCIETY
CRM 415 Crime, Class, Race, and Justice
HST 531 African American Leaders/Movements
REL 345 African American Religious Experience
SOC 336 Race & Ethnic Group Relations
SWK 219 Human Diversity