To fulfill this concentration, students complete five courses (15 credits) as indicated below. These courses must be taken in at least two different academic departments. 

Five courses selected from the following. At least two courses must be from Group A and at least two courses must be from Group B.
Courses in Group A are typically in the social sciences, and do not include the humanities. Courses in Group B are in history and other humanities disciplines (literature, film, religion, etc).
Group A:
ANTH 3708Anthropology of Africa
ANTH 3801African Roots from Australopithecus to Zimbabwe
ECON 2151Economic Development
ECON 2198Special Topics in Economics - Regional (Economics of Africa)
GEOG 3154Geography of the Middle East and North Africa
GEOG 3164The Geography of Africa
IAFF 2093Africa: Problems and Prospects
IAFF 2190WSpecial Topics (North Africa and the World)
IAFF 2190WSpecial Topics (U.S. Foreign Policy in Africa)
IAFF 3188Special Topics in Middle East Studies (State and Society in Egypt)
IAFF 3189Special Topics in African Studies (All IAFF 3189 topic offerings are approved for the Africa concentration Group A)
IAFF 3190Special Topics in International Affairs (China and Africa)
IAFF 3190Special Topics in International Affairs (Strategic Management in International Affairs)
PSC 2337Development Politics
PSC 2381Comparative Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa
PSC 2482African International Politics
PSC 3192WProseminar: Political Science (Comparative Politics of Africa)
PSC 3192WProseminar: Political Science (Development Challenges in Africa)
PSC 3192WProseminar: Political Science (Government and Politics of Africa)
Group B:
HIST 2305Majors' Introductory Seminar: United States
or HIST 2305W Majors’ Introductory Seminar: United States
HIST 2305WMajors’ Introductory Seminar: United States (African Americans and Africa: Links in History)
HIST 2520Africans in the Making of the Atlantic World
HIST 3301WTopics: U.S. History (African Americans and Africa)
HIST 3501Topics: Africa
HIST 3510African History to 1880
HIST 3530Women in Africa
HIST 3540West Africa to Independence
IAFF 3189Special Topics in African Studies (African Literature and Politics) *
IAFF 3189Special Topics in African Studies (Hip Hop and Social Change in Africa) *
Any undergraduate literature or film course numbered 2000 or above with this regional focus.

*Only these specific topics offered under IAFF 3189 are approved for Group B.