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Undergraduate & Graduate Dates to Remember*

Fall Term 2010

August 20-22 MBA Orientation
August 25-29 Wolfpack Welcome
August 30 Classes begin
September 3 Add deadline
October 29 Last day to withdraw & last day
to apply for graduation
December 10 Last day of classes
December 11-17 Final Exams

Spring Term 2011

January 8 New Student Orientation; MBA Orientation
January 10 Classes begin
January 14 Add deadline
March 4 Last day to withdraw
May 4 Last day of classes for undergraduate students
May 5 Last day of classes for graduate students
May 6-12 Final Exams for day division
May 9-12 Final Exams for graduate and evening students
May 14 Commencement - all colleges

*College of Law dates on Law Bulletin

WEBSITE: interdisciplinary.loyno.edu/africanstudies

The African and African American Studies minor invites students to study the peoples, histories, and cultures of Africa and people of African descent in the United States, Caribbean, Latin America, and other places where there is an African diaspora presence. The program provides a stimulating combination of intellectual engagement in its course offerings and cultural involvement through a variety of events that address aspects of the African and African diasporic experiences.

Minor Requirements

The African and African American Studies minor is composed of the following 21 hours:

Choose one of the following history courses:

  • HIST X280 African-American Culture and History
  • HIST W286 Discovering Africa
  • HIST A276 African American History to 1865
  • HIST A277 African American History Since 1865
  • HIST A336 History of the Old South
  • HIST A337 The New South
  • HIST A349 Africa to 1880
  • HIST A350 Africa 1880 to Present
  • HIST A440 African and Black Diaspora
  • HIST A442 History of Southern Africa
3

Choose one of the following humanities courses:

  • DRAM V243 Black Theater: 1940-Present
  • ENGL V273 The African Novel
  • ENGL V275 Black Women Novelists
  • ENGL V277 Harlem Renaissance
  • ENGL V278 Black Thought and Art
  • ENGL A250 Introduction to African American Literature
  • ENGL A373 The Black Writer in America
  • ENGL A450 Black Aesthetics
  • MUGN V272 Jazz in American Culture
3

Choose one of the following social sciences courses:

  • SOCI A204 Introduction to Haitian Society and Culture
  • SOCI A210 Social Psychology
  • SOCI A220 Social Protest Movements
  • SOCI X255 Race and Ethnic Conflict
  • SOCI X312 African Diaspora Communities and Cultures
3

Electives. Choose four courses from any of the courses listed.

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