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

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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.

Curriculum

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-2910, MAT-2920, MAT-2930. All other MAT courses are acceptable.
General Education - Science
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.

Details

Department

Dr. Darlene Antezana, Chair

Address:

Marlboro Hall, Room 2018

Phone:

(301) 322-0527

Email us:

AntezaDS@pgcc.edu

Contact Information

Enrollment Services, Bladen Hall Room 125

Phone:

(301) 322-0864

Email us:

enrollmentservices@pgcc.edu