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African American & African Diaspora Studies (BA)

Mission

The African American and African Diaspora Studies Program (AADS) advances the university's commitment to diverse perspectives and inclusive learning environments through course offerings, programming, and community involvement. It fosters interdisciplinary study for undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students by examining how people of African descent have shaped our world. As a program located in a city with a history of black sociopolitical movements, we provide a forum to engage the complexities of Black life across African diasporas.


Learning Outcomes

Write and Speak
Students will be able to write and speak coherently about their knowledge of the key concepts in African American and Diaspora Studies.

Apply Knowledge of Key Concepts
Students will be able to apply their knowledge and understanding of the key concepts in African American and Diaspora Studies to the analysis and critique of prominent issues of the field; the politics of identity and community formation, the dismantling of myths and stereotypes, the various experiences of oppression among African Americans and within African diasporas.

Use of Research Methods and Principles
Students will be able to use socio-scientific and humanities research methods in their written or spoken analyses and critiques of the significant issues in African American and Diaspora studies..

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