Combining a traditional liberal arts perspective with interdisciplinary skills of investigation, analysis, and communication, the program draws from many disciplines and culminates in an independent capstone project designed to integrate two or more areas of study.
Courses from art history, English, history, philosophy, religion, sociology, and theatre/drama culminate in a capstone project designed to integrate learning from two or more areas of study.
AAAS Faculty members come from the departments of art history, English, history, philosophy, religion, sociology, and theatre/drama.
To complete the program, students must take 18 hours of coursework (five 3-hour courses and one 3-hour capstone project) from at least two different disciplines.
See what the Africa/African-American Studies Program has planned for its new annual Speaker Series, and the MLK Jr. Day and Black History Month events.
Check here for current and future course offerings in A/AA Studies.