African Studies is concerned with issues
of social, political, economic and cultural
development from pre-colonial Africa to
the present day. A degree in African
Studies will offer you the challenge of
personal and political insight, and it will
encourage you to grow intellectually
beyond the confines of traditional
academic learning. From inspiring
political leadership to poverty, economic
development and major challenges to
health, youuuĂ˘Âll discover why Africa is a
continent of historical and contemporary
global importance. Pursue your individual
interests in Africa through a series of
courses that offer a variety of
approaches to the area in a number of
Why choose this program?
Examine multiple dimensions of Africa
including its influence in the Americas on
R&B and jazz.
Get involved with one of our active
student organizations and network at
engaging events such as the All-Africa
Get detailed information on degree and program requirements to enter and graduate from this program.
(This information is to be used in conjunction with the University undergraduate calendar, which in all cases is the final authority).
BA Honours Double Major (linked)(Bachelor of Arts) BA Honours Minor (Bachelor of Arts)
Activist, Educator, International Development
Worker, Policy Maker
African Dance; African Diasporas; African
Literature; African Popular Culture