African American Studies Social Science (AFS)

AFS 202 Ethnic Relations in the United States. (3)
fall and spring only
Processes of intercultural relations; systems approach to history of U.S. interethnic relations; psychocultural analysis of contemporary U.S. ethnic relations. Lecture, discussion. Cross-listed as ASB 202. Credit is allowed for only AFS 202 or ASB 202.
General Studies: C, H

AFS 310 African/African American Psychology. (3)
fall and spring only
Historical and contemporary overview of the development of African/Black psychology and African American frame of reference. Lecture, discussion.

AFS 363 African American History I. (3)
fall only
The African American in American history, thought, and culture from slavery to 1865. Cross-listed as HIS 363. Credit is allowed for only AFS 363 or HIS 363.
General Studies: SB, C, H

AFS 364 African American History II. (3)
spring only
The African American in American history, thought, and culture from 1865 to the present. Cross-listed as HIS 364. Credit is allowed for only AFS 364 or HIS 364.
General Studies: SB, C, H

AFS 366 African Civilization Before 1850. (3)
fall and spring only
African culture history and precolonial civilization. Meets non-Western requirement. Lecture, discussion. Cross-listed as ASB 366. Credit is allowed for only AFS 366 or ASB 366.

AFS 370 Family Ethnic and Cultural Diversity. (3)
spring only
Integrative approach to understanding historical and current issues related to the structure and internal dynamics of diverse American families. Lecture, discussion. Cross-listed as FAS 370. Credit is allowed for only AFS 370 or FAS 370. Prerequisite: PGS 101 or SOC 101.
General Studies: SB, C

AFS 466 Peoples and Cultures of Africa. (3)
fall and spring only
Survey of African peoples and their cultures, external contact, and changes. Meets non-Western requirement. Lecture, discussion. Cross-listed as ASB 466. Credit is allowed for only AFS 466 or ASB 466.

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