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Africana Studies Minor

Africana Studies Minors have careers in:

Africana Studies is an excellent minor for those interested in working in government, politics or public and international affairs.

The minor explores Africana influences in art and music and prepares students for performance careers.

Alumni work as physicians, dentists and scientists. 

The minor will provide you with a solid understanding of the African American literary tradition and its impact.

Students are prepared for careers in business and industry, both domestic and international.
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Africana peoples, places, thoughts and cultures and their current and historical role in shaping the world in which we live

World and national economies, political development, artistic expression, technological development and environmental changes and challenges

African American, African, South American and African-Caribbean contributions to art, religion, history, literature, architecture and engineering

Community development and improvement

The intersectionality of race, gender and class and their place in social, psychological, political, literary and historical actions

Africana Studies Minor Program Overview