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Courses


 
   •  ADM 501 - Museum, Gallery & Performance Administration.
   •  ADM 504 - Aesthetics and Criticism in the Arts.
   •  ADM 506 - Arts Grant Writing.
   •  ADM 507 - Art, Ethics and Community Service.
   •  ADM 509 - Arts Marketing.
   •  ADM 579 - Advance Museum and Gallery Management.
   •  ADM 580 - Advanced Production Management.
   •  ADM 590 - Independent Study in Administration.
   •  ADM 595 - Internship.
   •  ADM 599 - Seminar in Executive Arts Administration.
   •  AFA 101 - Introduction to Africana Studies.
   •  AFA 200 - The History of Blues, Jazz and Rap.
   •  AFA 202 - African Music and Cultures.
   •  AFA 203 - Origins of Modern Racism.
   •  AFA 204 - World Dance Forms.
   •  AFA 205 - African Religions and Philosophy.
   •  AFA 206 - Survey of African Literature.
   •  AFA 207 - Modern African Drama and Poetry.
   •  AFA 208 - Multicultural Drama.
   •  AFA 213 - Gospel Choir.
   •  AFA 215 - Survey of African-American Literature.
   •  AFA 216 - Afro/Latino/Caribbean Women Writers.
   •  AFA 219 - Psychology of the Black Experience.
   •  AFA 220 - Africana Theories of Knowledge.
   •  AFA 230 - Survey of African History to 1800.
   •  AFA 235 - Introduction to the History of African Diaspora.
   •  AFA 239 - Drama of the Harlem Renaissance.
   •  AFA 240 - African Political Systems.
   •  AFA 242 - Contemporary Black Theatre in America.
   •  AFA 244 - The Economics of the Black Community.
   •  AFA 250 - African Cultures.
   •  AFA 257 - Protest in African Literature.
   •  AFA 260 - African Diaspora in the Americas.
   •  AFA 265 - Caribbean Society and Culture.
   •  AFA 270 - Race and Ethnic Relations.
   •  AFA 300 - Introduction to Francophone African Literature.
   •  AFA 301 - Early African-American Literature.
   •  AFA 304 - Black Social and Political Movements.
   •  AFA 305 - Topics in African Languages and Cultures.
   •  AFA 308 - African and African-American Art.
   •  AFA 310 - Performance Traditions & Aesthetics of the African World.
   •  AFA 311 - African World Performance Studio.
   •  AFA 312 - Black Arts Movement.
   •  AFA 313 - African-American Music.
   •  AFA 318 - Women Writers of the African World.
   •  AFA 320 - Contemporary East African History.
   •  AFA 321 - Twentieth Century African-American Literature.
   •  AFA 322 - History of West Africa and the Atlantic World.
   •  AFA 331 - Urban Education: Conflicts and Strategies for Change.
   •  AFA 333 - Human Rights in Africa.
   •  AFA 334 - History of Ethnicity and Race in the United States.
   •  AFA 335 - History of the African-American to 1877.
   •  AFA 336 - Africa in Modern Times, 1800 to Present.
   •  AFA 338 - Topics in African-American History.
   •  AFA 351 - United States Foreign Policies Towards Africa.
   •  AFA 352 - Women in Developing Countries.
   •  AFA 357 - The Black Church and the Civil Rights Movement.
   •  AFA 358 - The History of African-American Religion.
   •  AFA 359 - The Black Family.
   •  AFA 361 - Health Issues and Black Americans.
   •  AFA 362 - Politics and the Black Family in Modern America.
   •  AFA 363 - Black Cultural Criticism.
   •  AFA 364 - Conflicts and Conflict Resolutions in Africa.
   •  AFA 369 - African Religions.
   •  AFA 373 - Institutional Racism.
   •  AFA 375 - Community Building through Educational Involvement.
   •  AFA 380 - Women in the African Experience.
   •  AFA 391 - Directed Readings in Africana Studies.
   •  AFA 395 - Topics in African Diaspora Studies.
   •  AFA 396 - Topics in African Studies.
   •  AFA 399 - Africana Studies for Teachers.
   •  AFA 400 - 20th Century Major African Authors.
   •  AFA 413 - Gospel Choir.
   •  AFA 433 - Muslims in North America.
   •  AFA 435 - Black America Since the Civil War.
   •  AFA 475 - Study Tour of Africa/African Diaspora.
   •  AFA 480 - Africa in 20th Century Anglophone World Literature.
   •  AFA 490 - Seminar in Africana Studies.
   •  AFA 495 - Honors Thesis I.
   •  AFA 496 - Honors Thesis II.
   •  AFA 533 - Human Rights in Africa.
   •  AFA 534 - History of Ethnicity and Race in the United States.
   •  AFA 535 - Black America Since the Civil War.
   •  AFA 580 - Africa in Twentieth Century Anglophone World Literature.
   •  AFA 599 - Africana Studies for Teachers.
   •  AGE 202 - Introduction to Gerontology.
   •  AGE 306 - Politics of Aging.
   •  AGE 320 - Death, Dying and Bereavement.
   •  AGE 338 - Social Work with The Aged.
   •  AGE 347 - Psychology of Aging.
   •  AGE 350 - Health and Aging.
   •  AGE 352 - Chronic Illness and Aging.
   •  AGE 378 - Organization and Administration of Long-Term Care.
   •  AGE 388 - Directed Studies.
   •  AGE 475 - Biology of Aging.
   •  AMC 499 - Selected Topics.
   •  AMC 500 - Research Foundations.
   •  AMC 501 - The Mind of America.
   •  AMC 502 - Topics on American Institutions.
   •  AMC 503 - The American Character.
 

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