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Courses

Global Temple Conference

Program participants enroll in the two courses listed below, for a total of six credits hours.

  • Undergraduates enroll in two courses, Africology and African American Studies 3010: Special Topics in African Languages (3 credits) and Africology and African American Studies 0834: Representing Race (3 credits).

  • Graduate students will register for a total of six credits, enrolling in either Africology and African American Studies 9982: Individual Research in Africology and African American Studies (6 credits), or Africology and African American Studies 5010: Special Topics in African Languages (3 credits) plus Africology and African American Studies 9982: Individual Research in Africology and African American Studies (3 credits).

Undergraduate students who have already taken these courses or have special needs due to their major/disciplinary requirements may discuss the possibility of an independent study with the program director prior to applying to the program. If you have any questions about the academic program, or would like to request syllabi for courses, please contact our Program Manager.

Africology and African American Studies
Course Title Course Number Semester(s) Scheduled Description Notes
Representing Race 0834 Summer 2019 From classical Greeks and Romans, who saw themselves under siege by the "barbarian hordes," to contemporary America and its war on "Islamic extremism... read more »

Special Topics in African Languages 3010 Summer 2019 Languages vary by semester. Please consult with the instructor and/or check the course schedule for specific topic. What is the value in taking this... read more »

Special Topics in African Languages 5010 Summer 2019 Languages vary by semester. Please consult with the instructor and/or check the course schedule for specific topic. What is the value in taking this... read more »

Individual Research in Africology and African American Studies 9982 Summer 2019 Individual Research In Africology and African American Studies while still in the coursework phase of the program.