Undergraduate students will be expected to complete at least 18 credit hours of HGS courses with a grade of C- or higher in at least three departments, including Anthropology, Black Studies, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Religious Studies and Sociology. A course in another department may be permissible with review and approval by the HGS director.
Three courses below are required:
The remaining 9 hours must be chosen from the following list:
|ANTH 3220||Peoples and Cultures of Native North America||
|BLST 1340||Introduction to Contemporary Africa||
when taught as Gender and Global Politics
|SOC 3900||Race and Ethnic Relations in the U.S.||