Africana Studies Concentration
About Africana Studies Concentration
The Fulton School of Liberal Arts offers a major in interdisciplinary studies leading to the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. The major accommodates students who wish to develop programs of study in two or more disciplines or create a major in an area of study not offered by any traditional major at SU. This program allows students to create an individual and flexible major that is best suited to their interests or career goals. Most importantly, this program gives students the opportunity to integrate information across disciplines to help gain a more complete understanding of the chosen area of study.
Students majoring in interdisciplinary studies may choose a concentration in Africana studies. This concentration highlights Africana experiences through academic programs in anthropology, art, conflict analysis and dispute resolution, communication, English, environmental studies, geography, history, international studies, modern languages, music, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology, and social work.
- Complete upper-level courses with grades of C or better.
- A maximum of 15 hours of upper-level transfer credits may be accepted toward the interdisciplinary studies major.
- Demonstrate 102-level proﬁciency in a foreign language.
Courses of Study
At SU, you experience a more inclusive education that incorporates civic engagement, internship, research and professional development opportunities – so you can get out there and make a difference in the world now. Students may study abroad through SU’s connections with the University of Ghana at Cape Coast, or work alongside faculty as they pursue professional research and scholarship in Kenya and West Africa.
The rich opportunities in this program are designed to give you a heightened awareness of multiple perspectives and unheard narratives, addressing inequality and social justice, and preparing yourself for an interconnected global workforce.
Review our program requirements for the major in the catalog:
Follow this four-year curriculum guide to help you graduate with the major on time:
Review our program requirements for the minor in the catalog: