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2023-2024 Graduate Catalog 
    
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AFC 603 Capstone Internship Seminar in Africology & AAS


The course is designed as a practicum by which students of the Applied Master of Arts in Africology and African American Studies can acquire a practical experience of either an African American organization or any organization that serves a diverse clientele. The seminar must be taken while a student is in an internship program. Involving an advanced and critical survey of major coping strategies typically deployed by racial and ethnic minority communities of the United States, the seminar is designed to help prepare the master’s degree students for effective functioning in their future places of work.

Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation Fall (online), Winter (online), Summer (online) as needed

Prerequisites - AFC 501 AFC 601 , and AFC 602 
Restriction by Major - Africology & African American Studies [M.A.] 
Restriction by Degree Type - Graduate standing

Department Permission is required

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Course History -
Course Rotation updated 12/2022; New Course 4/2018, effective Fall 2018


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