Africana Studies Program
To see more about what you will learn in this program, visit the Learning Outcomes website!
The Interdisciplinary Studies department offers a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with concentrations in Africana Studies and Africana Studies Community Studies, as well as a minor in Africana Studies.
Our contemporary world requires people to be global citizens. Regardless of your personal, professional and career goals, you will need to possess an understanding of the people, places and cultures within and beyond the United States. And more importantly, you will need to possess the ability to act positively and productively on this diverse world. An interdisciplinary studies degree concentration in Africana Studies will teach you how to both THINK and DO in our ever-changing and increasingly diverse global society.
People with a background in Africana Studies go on to be successful in a myriad of professional areas, such as law, science and technology, government and politics, and the corporate world, or to earn advanced degrees in numerous fields.
For more information about this program, visit our website.
Dr. Craig Brookins
Africana Studies Program Director
- Craig C. Brookins, Associate Professor, Psychology
- Erin Banks, Lecturer
- Natalie Bullock-Brown, Lecturer
- Marc K. Dudley, Associate Professor, English
- Kim Ebert, Assistant Professor, Sociology
- Stephen Ferguson, Associate Professor, Philosophy & History
- Frances D. Graham, Lecturer
- Blair L.M. Kelley, Associate Professor, History
- Moses Khisa, Assistant Professor, Political Science
- James Kiwanuka-Tondo, Associate Professor, Communication
- Haddy M. Njie, Assistant Teaching Professor, International Studies
- Darrell D. Stover, Lecturer
- Melvin E. Thomas, Associate Professor, Sociology
- Kimberly Vincent, Teaching Assistant Professor, History