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Africana Studies

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Phone: 516.572.7157
 
Location: Bldg. H - 124
Chairperson: Dr. Shani Bruno

The Department offers three basic options to students. Courses that transfer to a baccalaureate program in African American Studies, elementary or secondary education, the social sciences or humanities. Courses relevant to career-oriented training for human service fields such as health, community planning and development, education and social services. Courses to serve as electives in English, social science and humanities. Africana Studies courses are open to all students.

Programs Of Study

Africana Studies (A.A.)

 
 

Course Descriptions

View the Africana Studies department's course descriptions in the current College Catalog.

Africana Studies (AFR)

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