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Africana Studies: Bachelor of Arts (BA), with a concentration in African, Caribbean, or African American Studies
​Africana Studies brings a global reach to the liberal arts curriculum, educating students in the civilization, history, literature, culture, and institutions of the peoples of Africa and people of African descent in the Americas.
As an interdisciplinary field, Africana Studies provides an excellent foundation for graduate work and an entrée to numerous disciplines and careers. Many prominent people in the United States hold degrees in Africana studies—including doctors, lawyers, scientists, businesspeople, politicians, athletes, social workers, actors, journalists, and ministers. Teaching also is a common career path for Africana studies majors, from K–12 schools through graduate education.

Department Chair/Program Director
Evelyn Julmisse

Delany Hall 125
Phone: 718-997-2845
Fax: 718-997-2855

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Degree(s) Offered:
Bachelor of Arts (BA), with a concentration in African, Caribbean, or African American Studies
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Minor(s):
Africana Studies

 
 
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