The M.A. Program in African American and African Studies provides an interdisciplinary graduate education that ensures a rigorous preparation in the main theoretical perspectives and debates in the discipline while allowing students to persue their intellectual interests through research in the areas of concentration of African American Studies, African Studies, and Comparative Diaspora Studies. In furthering its mission the program also provides opportunties for community engagement and service. Completion of the degree requires two years in residence and regular participation in departmental activities.
For more information or to schedule an appointment please contact Mollie Workman, our AAAS Graduate Program Coordinator.