The purpose of the minor is to expose students to a range of concepts, theories and phenomena that ground the discipline of African and African Diaspora Studies. Students are required to take 18 credits, 12 of which must be completed at or above the 300 level. Up to 6 credits at the 100 level may count toward the minor. Nine credits at the 300 level or above must be taken in residences at UWM. The College of Letters and Science requires that students attain at least a 2.0 GPA on all minor credits attempted at UWM. In addition, students must attain a 2.0 GPA on all minor credits attempted, including any transfer work.
The following courses offered by other departments may be used to satisfy the requirements of the undergraduate major or minor in African and African Diaspora Studies.
|ENGLISH 381||World Literatures Written in English: (African Fiction)||3|
|ENGLISH 517||Studies in African-American Literature:||3|
|ENGLISH 631||Seminar in African-American Literature:||3|
|FILM 301||Conversations with Filmmakers and Critics (Radical Black Film)||3|
|PORTUGS 225||Understanding Brazil: (African Presence in Brazilian Culture and Literature)||3|