Black Studies Program
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- Frederick Hord, Program Chair, Professor of Black Studies
- Caesar Akuetey, Associate Professor of French
- Steve Cohn, Professor of Economics
- Mary Crawford, Associate Professor of Chemistry
- Jessie Dixon, Associate Professor of Spanish
- Eric Edi, Visiting Assistant Professor of Black Studies
- Tony Gant, Associate Professor of Art
- Konrad Hamilton, Associate Professor of History
- Magali Roy-Féquière, Associate Professor of Gender and Women's Studies
- Kelly Shaw, Instructor in Psychology and Gender and Women's Studies
- Nicole Whittaker, Instructor in Music
See main page at Black Studies.
The program offers one Black Studies major and one Black Studies minor.
Black Studies (major)
This major allows advanced study in Black Studies.
- All of the following:
- Five other courses in the department, at least two of which must be at the 300-level and two of which must be at the 200-level
- An internship or practicum may be substituted for an elective credit
Black Studies (minor)
This minor allows for intermediate study in Black Studies.
- BKST 101 (Introduction to Black Studies)
- Four additional department credits, one of which may be Independent Study
- A project relating Black Studies to an outside discipline.
Meeting the Competency Requirements 
- Writing Requirement: None specified
- Oral Requirement: None specified
- Information Literacy Requirement: All courses meet this requirement