Credits: 15, completed with minimum grades of C
Provides a solid foundation for careers in teaching, research and other professional work for which knowledge of Africa is essential. The faculty is composed of more than 100 members campus-wide who teach courses with African content. Students can choose to complete a general concentration or select one of the following tracks:
- Track One: Languages and Linguistics
- Track Two: Arts and Literatures
- Track Three: Culture, History and Politics
- Track Four: Environment, Resources and Development
The Center for African Studies offers semester and academic-year programs at the University of Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), Makerere University (Uganda) and the University of Botswana.
The list of approved Africa-related electives can be found on the Center for African Studies website.
Requirements (General Concentration)
- Students must complete one three-credit minor course in residence at UF.
- No more than three credits of 4905 coursework (Individual Work) can be used toward the minor and none of the credits can apply to the 3000-level or above elective requirement.
- Students must complete a minimum of six credits exclusive to the minor that cannot count toward the major(s) or other minors.
|AFH 2000 Africa in World History or
AFS 2002 The African Experience: An Introduction to African Studies or
HUM 2420 African Humanities
|African studies approved electives, 2000-level or above
|African studies approved electives, 3000-level or above
Please consult the undergraduate coordinator, 427 Grinter Hall, 352.392-2183, for additional information.
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