Africana Studies Certificate

The Africana Studies Certificate Program offers a wide range of courses to students and members of the community who would like to enrich their knowledge of African and African American experiences. The program intends to benefit those who serve the African American communities and institutions such as the NAACP, National Urban League, Flint Area Coalition to End Racism (FACTER) and others. The program also aims to serve K-12 school teachers in mid-Michigan, as well as employees in higher education from the Flint area.

Requirements.

  1. Introductory courses (3 credits).
    One from: AFA 101 ; AFA 206  / CPL 206  / ENG 209 ; AFA 235  / HIS 235 .
  2. Economics, politics, religion and philosophy (3 credits).
    One from: AFA 203 PHL 203 ; AFA 205 ANT 205 ; AFA 220 AFA 240 AFA 244 AFA 351 , AFA 362 AFA 364 AFA 304  / POL 304 ; AFA 358  / HIS 368 .
  3. Education, psychology and social work (3 credits).
    One from: AFA 219  / PSY 219 ; AFA 331 , AFA 399 *;  AFA 359  / SOC 359  / WGS 359 *; AFA 475 ; AFA 375  / EDS 361  / SOC 375 .
  4. History (3 credits).
    One from: AFA 230  / HIS 230 *, AFA 336  / HIS 336 *; AFA 322 ; AFA 334  / HIS 334 , AFA 335  / HIS 335 *, AFA 338  / HIS 338 AFA 435  / HIS 435 .
  5. Language and literature (3 credits).
    One from: AFA 207  / CPL 207  / THE 207 ; AFA 215  / ENG 215 *; AFA 300  / CPL 301 ; AFA 318  / CPL 318  / WGS 318 .
  6. Art, music and dance (3 credits).
    One from: AFA 313  / MUS 313 ; AFA 239  / THE 239 , AFA 242  / THE 242 *; AFA 325  / ARH 325 ; AFA 312  / THE 312 .

*Courses with asterisks are available on-line. 

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