African-American Studies Option, Gen. Studies A.A.

The African-American Studies Option of the General Studies A.A. degree emphasizes the interdisciplinary nature of African-American research and study. The option provides a broad foundation in various disciplines and prepares transfer students to move into arts and sciences or African-American Studies curriculum at a four-year institution. African-American Studies focuses on the study of people of African descent in the United States and the African Diaspora, particularly in the United States.


Learning Foundations Overall Requirements
General Education-Humanities Group 2 AA/AS
General Education - Mathematics
  • Complete one Math course. NOTE: The following do NOT count toward fulfilling this requirement: MAT-1030, MAT-0104, MAT-2550 MAT-2910, MAT-2920, MAT-2930. All other MAT courses are acceptable.
General Education - Information Technology
Additional Gen Ed Social Sci/Humanities Course
Elective-3 Credits
  • Complete one elective course. SOC-2090 or SPH-1230 recommended. Courses from PED are not to be used to meet this requirement.



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