Minor - African Languages and Literatures
A prerequisite for the minor is one year of course work in African languages. All students earning the minor must complete this 8 hour (or one year) prerequisite before beginning course work for the minor.
- Students must complete 18 hours of course work with at least 9 hours of upper division course work.
- At least four courses (12 hours) must be taken in residence.
- All courses used to satisfy the minor must be passed with a grade of "C" (2.0) or better.
Prerequisite Courses (6 hours):
Required Courses (6 hours):
Part I: Choose one Intermediate level African language course from the following:
Part II: Choose one African literature and culture course from the following:
Electives (12 hours):
Select three or four courses (12 hours) from the list below:
One course may be directed study or a course not on the list.
To use a course that does not appear on the list, the student must petition to have the course approved by the department.
* This list does not indicate African languages and literature courses that have just been proposed or are under
review. Students should refer to the University of Georgia Undergraduate Bulletin to learn which courses are available during
the fall and spring semesters.
TOTAL HOURS: 18
For more information about minor course work contact:
Dr. Akinloye Ojo