Undergraduate Embedded Certificate in African American Studies
The Certificate in African-American Studies, offered jointly by the School of History and Sociology and the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, recognizes the achievement of concentrated knowledge in a subject area. This certificate allows students to choose courses on such topics as African-American history, southern history, twentieth-century literature and history, the immigrant experience, and explorations of race in America.
- Twelve hours of appropriate HTS and LMC courses, approved by the adviser (see course list below for specific requirements).
- Nine of the twelve hours must be at the 3000 level or above.
- At least one course must be taken from HTS and one from LMC.
- One course from outside HTS and LMC may be counted toward the certificate, with approval of the adviser.
- All courses must be taken on a letter-grade basis, and a grade of C or better must be received in each course.
- Students majoring in HTS or LMC may not count courses toward the certificate that are required by their majors.
|Two courses must be selected from the following list:||6|
|HTS 3023||Slaves without Masters: Free People of Color before 1865||3|
|HTS 3024||African American History to 1865||3|
|HTS 3025||African American History since 1865||3|
|HTS 3026||Sociology of Race and Ethnicity||3|
|HTS 3027||The Civil Rights Movement||3|
|LMC 3208||African American Literature and Culture||3|
|LMC 3210||Ethnicity in American Culture||3|
|LMC 3306||Science, Technology, and Race||3|
|Two additional courses must be taken. These may be from the above menu or from the following menu:|
|HTS 2006||History of the Old South to 1865||3|
|HTS 2007||History of the New South since 1865||3|
|HTS 2009||The American Civil War||3|
|HTS 3011||The City in American History||3|
|HTS 3012||Urban Sociology||3|
|LMC 3222||Regionalism-American Literature||3|