AFRICAN AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES • AAAS

General education courses are marked with stars ().

1001 Elementary Swahili Language and Culture I (4)See SWAH 1001.

1002 Elementary Swahili Language and Culture II (4)See SWAH 1002.

2000 Introduction to African and African-American Studies (3)Dimensions of African and African-American thought and practice in contemporary and historical
perspective.

2003 Intermediate Swahili Language and Culture III (4)See SWAH 2003.

2004 Intermediate Swahili Language and Culture IV (4)See SWAH 2004.

2050 Contemporary Africa (3)African social and political institutions in transition; challenges of democratization and development in the current international context.

2511 Race Relations (3)See SOCL 2511.

3901 Directed Readings and Research in African and African-American Studies (1-3)May be taken for a max. of six sem. hrs. credit when topics vary. Student must
register with a faculty member in the AAAS discipline before registration to select the area of reading or research. Topic must not substitute for regularly offered courses.

3902 Special Topics in African and African-American Studies (1-3)May be taken for a max. of six semester hrs. credit when topics vary.