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B.A. in African-American Studies Georgia State University

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Summary

African-American Studies offers an interdisciplinary approach to the study of African people nationally and globally. The field recognizes that the lived experience of African and African descendant peoples worldwide are impacted by a myriad of factors including cultural diversity, emerging technologies, and political economy. As an interdisciplinary field of concentration, it offers, enhances, and critiques knowledge presented in the traditional disciplines and professions, scholarly and artistic accounts of the realities of the lives of African-Americans, and perspectives on social change. The Department of African-American Studies provides students with the intellectual origins, concepts, research, and models of the discipline; the knowledge and skills necessary for the study of group cultures; and a curriculum that contributes to the goals of African-American Studies and a culturally diverse education. Civic engagement, service learning, and a social justice orientation are fundamental aspects to the African-American Studies curriculum. Faculty and courses are drawn from the department itself and from other departments/schools/institutes in the university.

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Full Time (4 years)

Tuition fees

$21,843.00 (15,32,035) per year

From

26-Aug-19

Venue

Georgia State University

Atlanta Campus,

33 Gilmer Street SE,

ATLANTA,

Georgia,

30303, United States

Entry requirement for international students

Students must have the following:

Graduation from a U.S. high school

Completion of an approved University System of Georgia (USG) campus-based ESL program of study

Proof of degree completion inside or outside the U.S. where English is the official language of academic instruction

Students must have completed equivalent of English with a grade of C or better, at an accredited U.S. institution

Minimum scores on one of the following approved English proficiency tests:

TOEFL (Paper) – Test of English as a Foreign Language - 523; TOEFL (Internet) – Test of English as a Foreign Language - 69; IELTS – International English Language Testing System - 6; PTE – Pearson Test of English Academic - 58; SAT Critical Reading Score - 430; ACT English Score - 17; EIKEN - Pre-1; MELAB (Michigan English Language Assessment Battery) - 77; Cambridge English Scale Score - 169 (CPE=180); Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) IGCSE & “O” Level “English” exams “D” or better; UK GCSE “English” exam “C” or better; UK GCE A-Level “English” exam “C” or better; EdExcel International A-Levels and EGCSE English exams “D” or better

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