PAN AFRICAN STUDIES CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
- The program incorporates several themes that are present throughout program.
- Some of these themes are: equity, equality, fairness, freedom, and access to public goods and services.
- Certificate will be awarded at the same time baccalaureate degree is conferred.
- Students with baccalaureate degrees will be awarded certificate at the successful completion of the last courses to fulfill the certificate requirement.
In keeping with the vision, mission, and goals of the Pan African Studies program, students are required to take 6 credit hours of required courses and 9 credit hours of elective courses. Below is a link to view the most current course listings.
- Required Introductory Courses:
Students pursuing this certificate program must take a total of 6 credit hours of required courses.
All students must take the first course:
Introduction to Pan African Studies (3002:201).
Students have the choice of fulfilling the remaining 3 required credit hours with the following courses:
African American History, 1492-1877 (3402:361).
African American History, 1877-Present (3400:362).
COMPLETION OF THE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM:
Upon completion of the Pan African Studies certificate program, students should:
- Track their course grade completion using the Certificate Course Tracking form and DPR (Degree Progress Report).
- Download and fill-out the PAS Certificate Class Verification Form and the Add Pan African Studies Certificate
- Sign and date both forms.
- Turn in completed forms to the Program Director for official signature.
If you are interested in or have questions about the program, please contact the Program Director, Dr. Sheldon Wrice at
330-972-6023 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.