Freedom Studies

Examples of approved core courses for the Freedom Studies concentration include:

  • ANT 301 - World Patterns of Race and Ethnicity
  • ANT 330 - Women, Gender, and Culture
  • BLS 494 - Topics: Black Studies
  • EDU 316 - Racism and Sexism in Educational Institutions
  • ENG 304 - Introduction to Post-Colonial Literature
  • ENG 306 - Multicultural American Literature
  • ENG 467 - Studies in African American Literature
  • ENG 475 - Post-Colonial Literature and Theory
  • HIS 313 - Expansion and Conflict, 1828-1861
  • HIS 317 - History of the New South
  • HIS 409 - The French Revolution
  • HIS 414 - The Holocaust
  • HIS 417 - Civil War and Reconstruction, 1860-1877
  • HIS 431 - Historical Themes in African American History
  • HIS 435 - History of Race Relations in the Americas, 1492-1800
  • HIS 436 - History of Race Relations in the Americas, 1800-Present
  • JUS 302 - Criminal Law
  • PHI 305 - Existentialism
  • PSC 307 - Constitutional Law
  • PSC 308 - Civil Liberties
  • SOC 301 - World Patterns of Race and Ethnicity
  • SOC 307 - Social Stratification

All students must complete 12 core credit hours with a "C" or better (does not include a "C-").  Alternative courses may be approved upon consultation with an advisor.