Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Africana Studies consist of 36 credits for the standard major and 30 credits for the double major. A grade of “C” or better is required for all courses in the major. Courses intended to count toward the fulfillment of the major may not be taken on the P/F option.
In addition to the normal general education requirements, all majors are required to complete 36 credit hours of study distributed as follows:
Individual study and directed research for a senior paper or project (6 credits)
The foundation core requirements are the same as for the standard major. In addition, nine upper-level credits must be completed. Those who choose the double major must complete six credits of individual study and directed research for a senior paper or community internship project.
Students who opt for the double major must meet requirements for the double major requirements in the second department of their choice. They should make selections of courses in both departments in close consultation with their advisors in both departments.