To satisfy requirements for the African-American and African Diaspora Cultures minor, students must successfully complete four to six courses from at least three different departments, to include:

  • ADC-475,
  • HST-229 or ENG-453, and
  • at least two more courses from the following

For course descriptions, see listings under individual departments in the course catalog. On occasion, special topics courses are offered that also satisfy the requirements for the minor.

  • ANT-201 Peoples of Latin America
  • ANT-302 Anthropology of Ethnicity
  • COM-411 African-American Rhetoric
  • COM-435 Race, Gender, Class in the Media
  • ENG-403 Faulkner
  • ENG-422 Literature of the South
  • ENG-453 African American Literature
  • ENG-454 Caribbean Cosmopolitanism
  • HST-224 The American Civil War Era
  • HST-229 The African American Experience
  • HST-236 The South
  • HST-237 South Carolina
  • PHL-240 African Philosophies
  • PSC-204 Civil Rights and the U.S. Constitution
  • PSC-208 Urban Politics
  • PSC-209 Southern Politics
  • PSC-210 Interest Groups and Political Movements
  • PSC-211 Race and Ethnic Politics
  • REL-232 African-American Religious History
  • SOC-223 Urban Community
  • SOC-251 Social Movements and Collective Behavior

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