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U N I V E RS I T Y OF
1119 M a i n A d m i n i s t r a t i o n B u i l d i n g
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MARYLAND
O F F I C E O F T H E SENIOR V I C E PRESIDENT A N D PROVOST
October 9,2014
MEMORANDUM
TO:
Gregory Ball
Dean, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
FROM:
Elizabeth Beise
Associate Provost for Academic Planning and Programs
SUBJECT:
Proposal to Offer a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in African American Studies
(PCCLogNo. 13052)
On July 11, 2014, Chancellor Kirwan approved the proposal to offer a Post-Baccalaureate
Certificate in African American Studies. On September 25, 2014, the Maryland Higher
Education Commission gave final approval. A copy of the proposal is attached.
The program is effective immediately. Please ensure that the change is fully described in
all relevant descriptive materials.
MDC/
Enclosure
cc:
Gregory Miller, Chair, Senate PCC Committee
Barbara Gill, Office of Student Financial Aid
Reka Montfort, University Senate
Erin Taylor, Division of Information Technology
Pam Phillips, Institutional Research, Planning & Assessment
Anne Turkos, University Archives
Linda Yokoi, Office of the Registrar
Alex Chen, Graduate School
Wayne Mcintosh, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Odis Johnson, Department of African American Studies
Martin O'Malley
Governor
Anthony G. Brown
U. Governor
Anw/er Hasan
Chairperson
MHEC
Creating a state of achievement
Catherine M. Shultz
. Acting Secretary
September 25, 2014
Dr. Mary Arm Rankin
Provost and Senior Vice President
Academic Affairs
University of Maryland College Park
1119 Main Administration Bldg.
College Park, MD 20742-5031
Dear Dr. Rankin:
The Maryland Higher Education Commission has reviewed a request from the U
Maryland College Park to offer a Post Baccalaurate Certificate (P.B.C.) in Afri
I am pleased to inform you that the program proposal is approved. This dec
an analysis of the program proposal in conjunction with the law and regulations
program approval, in particular Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) 13B.02.03.
COMAR, the Commission circulated the proposal to the Maryland higher education
comment and objection. The program meets COMAR's requirements and demonstrates
success, an essential factor in making this decision.
For the purposes of providing enrollment and degree data to the Commission
following REGIS and CIP codes:
Program Title
African American Studies
Award Level
P.B.C.
HEGIS
2211-01
CIP
05.0201
Should the University of Maryland College Park desire to make a substantia
the program in the future, review by the Commission will be necessary. I wish y
Sincerely,
Catherine M. Shultz, J.D.
Acting Secretary of Higher Education
CMS:SAB:mrw
C:
Ms. Theresa Hollander, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, USM
Mr. Mike Colson, Senior Coordinator for Academic Programs, UMCP
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OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR
July 11,2014
1807
Unhrenityof Maiyland.
BaMmora
1856
Dr. Wallace D. Loh
President
University o f Maryland, College Park
1101 Main Administration Building
CAMPUS
University of IMaiyland,
Coliege Park
1865
Dear Wallace:
Bowie State Univenity
1866
Towson University
University of Maryland
Eastern Sliore
Thank you for forwarding the request from the University o f Maryland College
of Behavioral and Social Sciences to offer a new Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in
African American Studies.
1898
Frostburg State University
1900
Coppin State University
1925
I am pleased to approve this recommendation. Please express my appreciation
to departmental faculty for their careful work in developing this new certificate
program. I am confident it w i l l be very successful.
Salisbury University
1925
Sincerely yours.
University of Baltimore
1925
University of IMaryland
Center for Environmental
Sdence
1947
William E. Kirwan
Chancellor
University of Maryland
University Collage
1966
University of Maryland.
Baltimore County
cc:
Joann Boughman, Sr. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Theresa Hollander, Assoc. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Mary Ann Rankin, Senior Vice President and Provost
John Townshend, Dean, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
3300 Metzeroti Road I Adelphi, MD 20783
I TEL: 301-445-1901
I FAX: 301-445-1931 I www.usmd edu
1100 Marie Mount Hall
College Park, Maryland 20742-4111
Tel: (301) 405-5805 Fax: (301) 405-5749
http://www.senate.umd.edu
UNIVERSITY SENATE
SENATE LEGISLATION APPROVAL
Date:
To:
From:
May 9, 2014
Wallace D. Loh
Donald Webster
Chair, University Senate
Subject:
PCC Proposal to Establish a Post-Baccalaureate
Certificate in African-American Studies
Senate Document #: 13-14-34
I am pleased to forward for your consideration the attached legislation entitled,
“PCC Proposal to Establish a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in African-American
Studies.” Marilee Lindemann, Chair of the Programs, Curricula, and Courses
(PCC) Committee, presented the proposal. The University Senate approved the
proposal at its May 7, 2014 meeting.
We request that you inform the Senate Office of your decision as well as any
subsequent action related to your conclusion.
Enclosure: PCC Proposal to Establish a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in AfricanAmerican Studies
Senate Document # 13-14-34
DW/rm
Cc:
Mary Ann Rankin, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost
Reka Montfort, Executive Secretary and Director, University Senate
Juan Uriagereka, Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs
Terry Roach, Executive Assistant to the President
Janet Turnbull, President’s Legal Office
Elizabeth Beise, Associate Provost for Academic Planning & Programs
Sylvia B. Andrews, Academic Affairs
John Townshend, Dean, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Wayne McIntosh, Associate Dean, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Valerie Skeeter, Assistant Director, Department of African-American Studies
Approved: ___________________________
Wallace D. Loh
President
Date: 05-13-2014
T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F MARYLAND, C O L L E G E P A R K
PROGRAM/CURRICULUM/UNIT PROPOSAL
PCC LOG NO.
•
Please email the rest of the proposal as an MSWord attachment
to puc-aubmissionsfaumd.ctlu.
•
Please submit the signed form to the Office of the Associate Provost
for Academic Planning and Programs, 1119 Main Administration Building, Campus.
College/School: Behavioral and Social Sciences
Please also add College/School Unit Code-First 8 digits: 01202800
Unit Codes can be found at: https://hvpprod. iimd. edii/Html Reports/units, htm
Department/Program: African American Studies Department
Please also add Department/Program Unit Code-Last 7 digits: 1280301
Type of Action (choose one):
Curriculum change (including informal specializations)
New academic degree/award program
Renaming ofprogram or formal Area of Concentration
New Professional Studies award iteration
Addition/deletion offormal Area of Concentration
New Minor
Suspend/delete program
X Other
Italics indicate that the proposed program action must be presented to the full University Senate for consid
Graduate Certificate Program (GCP) in African-American Studies
This program is designed to increase the skill of graduate students, already accepted into graduate programs at the
University of Maryland, in analyzing social issues and policies relevant to Black communities in the U.S. and
globally. This certificate program offers courses in thee concentration areas, a graduate research project option,
and a practicum experience with a government or non-governmental organization such as the Baltimore city
government, the Maryland State Legislature's Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland or the Urban League.
Recipients of this certificate will be equipped for a career in public policy, non-governmental organizations, or any
field requiring specialization and knowledge of the social condition and concerns of Black communities in the US
and globally.
APPROVAL SIGNATURES - Please print name, sign, and date. Use additional lines fo
1. Department Committee Chair S h a r o n HarleV
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2. Department Chair OdJS D . JohnSOn
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5. Deanof the Gradvtate
6. Chair, Senate PC'
7. University Senate Chair (if required)
8. Senior Vice President and Provost
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OVERVIEW AND RATIONALE:
Born of student protest and struggle in tlie 1960s, African American Studies, as a
been institutionalized in the academy; recently, graduate programs have become
generations of scholars and for advancing knowledge and research. While there a
departments or programs in the United States, graduate programs have been slow
At the turn of the millennium, there are now fifteen institutions granting PhDs: Nor
University, Michigan State University, University of Texas-Austin, Univ. of Californ
Massachusetts-Amherst, Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Temple University, and s
institutions. Another Big Ten institution, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champ
approval for a PhD program in 2011. In addition, there are 15 institutions granting
Big Ten institutions (Univ. of Iowa, Ohio State University, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madi
Northwestern University, and Michigan State University), the University of Texas-A
Angeles, Columbia University, Cornell University, Florida International University,
University of New York-Albany, and Morgan State University, which offers a Maste
History.
A small, but growing, number of institutions offer graduate certificates or minors, i
institutions (Univ. of Michigan, Indiana University, Northwestern University, Univ.
of Minnesota, and the Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne) and the Univ. of Ma
North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, Duke Uni
Univ. of Louisville, Univ. of Nebraska-Omaha, and California State-Los Angeles.
University of Maryland, College Park is positioned to implement a graduate certific
way for the eventual development of a PhD program that would be at the forefront
Graduate Certificate Program in African American Studies at the University of Ma
moment if we are to maintain our leadership in the field and fulfill our commitment
of graduate study and research. Given the research expertise of the core faculty i
across the campus, graduate students will be trained in a rigorous set of methods
College Park's campus already has a critical mass of scholars working on researc
racial formation in the Americas across a variety of departments in both the Colleg
Sciences and Arts and Humanities. African American Studies can provide the inte
graduate students. Our own undergraduate majors have been recruited by some
In recent years, students have been accepted into graduate programs in African A
Harvard University, Yale University, New York University, and Ohio State Univers
Additionally, a Graduate Certificate Program in African American Studies would a
courses from a variety of units across campus including: Government and Politics
American Studies, History, Family Science, Women's Studies, Public Policy and P
graduate course offerings will complement the efforts of our colleagues across ca
an excellent graduate education.
The University of Maryland, College Park is ideally situated for the development o
American Studies. African American Studies has a unique intellectual and program
study of peoples of African descent at the intersection of the social sciences, cultu
unique program is nationally recognized as one that emphasizes public policy, soc
cultural analysis. This is particularly relevant to the county and state, both of which
who are of African descent. Moreover, the proximity to the diverse populations an
found in Washington DC further strengthens the potential impact of and demand f
certificate.
Since its inception in 1969, the African American Studies Department has evolved
undergraduate departments in the United States. In its relative short history, AASD
the University of Maryland and the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences' com
diversity, teaching excellence, and community outreach. Institutions ranging from
Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health to the policy making commun
levels recognize African American Studies' cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research
faculty members have active collaborative relationships with the White House, the
Maryland and Prince George's Country Medical Services. Taken together, this be
ability to offer a graduate certificate program with practical importance and academ
Establishing a graduate certificate program in African American Studies is central
the University and planning priorities in at least three ways. First, it will further the
become one of the preeminent pubUc research universities by offering graduate s
advance knowledge in a vital and growing field. Examples of current research incl
the slums of Kenya and racial disparities in cardiovascular disease. Second, grad
American Studies will contribute to an academic environment that encourages and
about racial formation, inequality and difference. Finally, a graduate certificate pro
long-standing outreach to communities, such as, the Prince George's County Pub
organizations.
ELIGIBILITY;
Enrollment in this program will be limited to students admitted to the Graduate Sch
Maryland College Park. Persons accepted into this program need not be simultan
granting program on campus. Students designated as Advance Special Students
certificate program according to the rules established by and with the advice and c
Certificate Program coordinator and the Program Advisory Committee.
Upon satisfactory completion of the certificate requirements and upon recommend
certificate shall be issued by the Registrar.
PROGRAM CONCENTRATION AREAS:
The African American Studies Department at the University of Maryland, College
program of its kind dedicated to social science and policy research. The program's
reflect the unique strengths of the African American Studies Faculty.
• Global, Urban and Community Studies
• Health and Family Wellbeing
• Race, Culture and Social Status
PROGRAM AIMS;
• Advance understanding of the intersection of public policy and the social cond
and Black communities globally through research and professional experience
• Enhance the educational opportunities for University of Maryland students wh
training about Black populations in the US and global context;
• Meet local and national demand for highly trained individuals with policy relev
the social condition of African Americans and Black communities globally;
• Establish a nationally recognized graduate studies experience that is unique a
Africana studies programs and highly regarded by academic institutions, polic
non-governmental organizations;
PROGRAM REOUIREMENTS;
GCP students must successfully complete all courses listed on the Approved Plan
3.0 for all courses including the three required "core" courses. All credits for the ce
the University of Maryland College Park. All requirements for the graduate certifica
five-year (5) period.
CURRICULUM;
The curriculum of the GCP includes 18 credit hours as follows:
Three Core Courses (9 Credits):
• AASP611 Classic Texts and Contemporary Issues
• AASP621 Public Policy and Black Communities
. AASP687 Social Inequality and Social Policy in a Global Perspective
Two of the Following Electives in Program Emphasis Area (6 Credits):
AASP 602: Interdisciplinary Research Methods in African American Studies
AASP 612: Black Culture in the US
AASP 699AApplied Policy Analysis and African American Social Issues
AASP 698ABlack Women and Work
AASP 698BEvaluating Social Programs
AASP 698CAfrican Americans and the City
AASP 688SSocial Inequalities and Health in Africa and the African Diaspora
AASP 699CGender, Sexuality and the Black Family
AASP 699EUrban Education Policy
AASP 699JJuvenile Incarceration and Re-entry
AASP 699HRace, Ethnicity, Wealth and Health in the U.S.
AASP 698UUrban Ethnography
AASP 698TBlacks and the Law
AASP 699FBlack Resistance Movements
Other Approved
Courses by Affiliate Faculty In other departments (see attached list
Note: All courses will be cross-listed with relevant departments so that students ca
coursework and graduate on time.
One of the Following Department Electives (3 Credits):
• AASP TBD: Graduate Research Project
This requirement emphasizes the intersection of public policy and African
guided inquiry, development of a written manuscript and a presentation o
forum. This program requirement may aide the student's completion of a
Dissertation Proposal or Dissertation Chapter during their concurrent enr
University of Maryland graduate programs.
• AASP TBD: Practicum Internship
GCP students may elect internships with the Maryland State Legislature's
of Maryland or with other NGOs, governmental agencies, and policy-rele
the department's approved practicum sites. Students may seek approval
graduate coordinator for other internship possibilities that demonstrate in
making and missions of public interests. At least 180 hours of on-site exp
report satisfies the practicum requirement.
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Learning Outcome
How is it Measured?
Identify, describe, and relate centralExams,
themesclass
in the
participation and periodic essay
literature drawn from multiple disciplines
Situate themes within broader social,
economic,
Term
papers
historical and poUtical contexts
Examine issues using a comparative
Term
framework
papers, exams and class participation
Able to produce well written papersTerm
with potential
papers
for publication
Able to make oral presentations in a
lucid,participation
Class
coherent manner
RESOURCE NEEDS AND SOURCES;
No additional resources are needed to put this program into place. Existing faculty
teaching and mentoring responsibilities for Certificate students. Moreover, the Cer
the AASD Advisory Committee Report (endorsed by the Provost) which calls for th
doctoral program. The Certificate program is a critical step to accompUsh this goa
will be coming to AASD as detailed in the Advisory Report, while critical for the es
are not essential for the Certificate Program.
Professor Roberto Patricio Korzeiiie
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August 19, 2013
Dear Sangeetha,
I am writing to express my enthusiastic support for the proposed G
African American Studies. I have reviewed the proposal and feel co
program will complement graduate studies for our students by offe
opportunity to receive specialized training in a range of topics relev
condition of Black communities in the US and globally. In addition,
welcomes Certificate students to enroll in any of the listed elective
department.
I look forward to working with the African American Studies departm
proposal forward.
Roberto Patricio Korzeniewicz
Professor and Chair
UNI VERS ITY
OF
MARYLAND
U N I V E R S ITY
^MARYLAN
9 August 2013
Di. Sangeetha Madhavan, luteniii Chair
Department ot African Anierican Studies
Campus
Dear Sangeetha:
I am writing to express my enthusiastic support tor the proposed G
Atrican American Studies. I have reviewed the proposal and teel confid
complement graduate studies tor our students bv ottering them the opp
specialized training in a range ot topics relevant to the social condition
T-'S and globallv. In addition, our department welcomes Certiticate stude
listed electives ottered in our department.
I look toiward to working with the Atrican American Studies depart
proposal toi^vard.
Sincerelv,
Nancy L. Stmna
Professor & Chair
U N I V E R S I T Y OF
2101 Vin Munching H.ill
College I'ark, Maryland 20742-1H
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SCHOOL OF PUBUC POLICY
DONALR F. K r m .
nEAN
November 6. 2013
Professor Sangeetha Madhavan
Acting Chair
Atrican American Studies Department
University of Maryland
Dear Sangeetha,
It is my great pleasure to express my strong and enthusiastic support for the
Certificate in African American Studies. The proposal is a strong one indeed
confident it will provide valuable new opportunities for students here at the u
an important range of topics that are increasingly important to the social cond
coiTimunitieshere in our region, across the United States, and around the wor
We would welcome students enrolled in the certificate program who meet co
to enroll in the Public Policy electives that are listed in the proposal. We are
forward to working with the African American Studies Department as the pro
forward.
With very best wishes for every success.
Sincerely,
Donald F. Kettl
Dean
MARYLAND
U N I V E R S I T Y OF
2115 Francis Scott Key Hall
College Park. MD 20742-731
301.405.4265 TEL
301.314.9399 FAX
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
July 16,2012
Professor Sangeetha Madhavan
Acting Chair
Department of African-American Studies
University of Maryland
College Park 20742
Dear Sangeetha,
I am writing to lend my enthusiastic support to the proposed Gradu
African American Studies. I have reviewed the proposal and feel co
will complement our graduate program by offering our students the
specialized training in a range of topics related to the social conditi
in the US and around the world.
We would be happy to welcome certificate students to enroll in any
offered in our department. As you know, the History Department ha
distinguished tradition of scholarship and pedagogy in the field of A
American Studies. Our current faculty members who teach African A
work in areas related to it include Professors Elsa Barkley-Brown, I
Rick Bell, Leslie Rowland, and Mike Ross. I know that they, too, will
project and we all wish you every success in securing approval of y
I look forward to working with you as the proposal progresses throu
review process and once approved, with the new certificate progra
Sincerely,
Philip M. Soergel
Professor & Chair
U N I V E R S I I Y C) F
August 16.2013
Dear Sangeetha:
I am writing to express my enthusiastic support for the proposed Graduate C
American Studies. I have reviewed the proposal and feel confident that this
complement graduate studies for our students by offering them the opportun
specialized training in a range of topics relevant to the social condition of Bl
the US and globally. In addition, our department welcomes Certificate studen
of the listed electives offered in our department.
1 look forward to working with the African American Studies deparlment in m
proposal forward.
Regards,
Seung-kyung Kim
Chair and Professor
Offers MA and Pti
to add a terminal
degree
Offered BA since 1
PtiD in 1997
Offered BA since 1
PhD in 1996
Full & Joint Yes
Full & Joint Yes
Full & Joint Yes
Department Yes
University of Department of African Department Yes
California,
American Studies & African
Berkeley (UC Diaspora Studies
Berkley)
Department Yes
University of W.E.B. Du Bois Department
Massacfiusetts of Afro-American Studies
4.
5.
This institution is currently a part of the Big Ten Conference. * Rutgers and Mar\'land will join in 2014, and John Hopkins will become an affilia
Norttiwestern Department of African
University
American Studies
3.
PfiD program start
Indiana
University^
2.
Full & Joint Yes
Granted departme
graduate program i
Status
Department Yes
Department of African
American & African Diaspora
Studies
Prepared May 11,2010 (Updated June 27,2013)
^ _
Appointment Graduate
Unit
Tenure/
Institution
Name
Promotion
Studies
Structure
Yes
Full
&
Joint
Department Yes
1.
University of Department of Afroamerican
Michigan^
and African Studies
African American Studies at Peer, Regional, and Aspirational Institutions
Department Yes
Department of African and
African American Studies
14.
Yes
New PhD program
2009
Changed from pro
center in 2006
Offers a terminal
minor
BA, MA and Joint
Became Dept. in 20
Implementing PhD
programs
Full & Joint Yes
Full & Joint Certificate Houses the Center
and African Ameri
only
Joint only
Yes
Full & Joint MA and
PhD
minors only
Full & Joint Yes
Full & Joint No
Joint only
Full & Joint No
2
' Note: Dartmouth is the only Ivy League institution (of eight) that does not offer a doctoral degree program in Africana/African American Studies.
Duke
University
University of Interdepartmental Program
Program
No
California, Losin Afro-American Studies
Angeles
(UCLA)
University of African American StudiesDepartment Yes
Illinois"
12.
13.
Department Yes
University of African American & African
Minnesota"
Studies
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
11.
10.
9.
8.
Department
University of African, African American,
North Carolinaand Diaspora Studies
at Chapel Hill Department
(UNO
University of Center for Africana Studies
Center
Pennsylvania^
Princeton
Center for African American
Center
University
Studies
University of Dept. of Afro-American Department
Wisconsin"
Studies
7.
Appointment Graduate Status
Unit
Tenure/
Studies
Structure Promotion
Dept. split into AA
Department Yes
Full & Joint No
African Studies Pr
2011
Pennsylvania Department
State
of African American
University^ Studies
Name
6.
Institution
24.
23.
22.
21.
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Affiliate only No
Joint only
Joint only
Full & Joint Yes
Full & Joint Yes
Department of African Department
Temple
University
American Studies
Brown
Department of Africana Department
University
Studies
Michigan StateDepartment of African Department
University" American and African
Studies
University of Carter G. Woodson Institute
Institute
Virginia
for African-American and
African Studies
Africana Studies ProgramProgram
College of
William & Mary
20.
Yes
Full & Joint Yes
University of African & African Diaspora
Department Yes
Texas
Studies Department
Yes
19.
Joint only
Harvard
University
Department No
Department of African and
African American Studies
No
18.
Joint only
John Hopkins Center of Africana StudiesCenter
University*
17.
Full & Joint Yes
No
Ohio State
University'^
16
Full & Joint No
Tenure/
Appointment Graduate
Promotion
Studies
• Department of African Department Yes
American and African
Studies (Newark College)
• Department of Africana
Studies (New Brunswick)
Department of African Department Yes
American and African
Studies
Unit
Structure
Rutgers
University"
Name
15.
Institution
3
• African American
major initiated in 2
• Undergraduate m
Undergraduate maj
only
Established MA an
1988
Approved PhD pro
2007, admits began
Established MA an
programs in 2008
Joint PhD with An
Doctoral Portfolio
• Undergraduate M
Minor only
• Created center in
Created graduate p
1999
MA only
Undergraduate maj
only
Status
Unit
Structure
Program
Africana Studies Program
(Tfie Columbian School of
Arts and Sciences)
African American Studies
Program
Program
• No free-standing African
Department
American Studies unit
•Department of History &
Geography
African American and Program
African Diaspora Studies
Program
African American Studies
Department Yes
George
Wastiington
University
Georgetown
University
Morgan State
University
University of
American
University
Department of AfroAmerican Studies
Full & Joint No
No
Yes
No
No
4
•Undergraduate major and
Undergraduate minor onl
• Program founded in 200
• Undergraduate minor o
Undergraduate major and
in General History or
African/African-American
Undergraduate major and
only
Unit
Tenure/
Appointment Graduate Status
Promotion
Structure
Studies
Undergraduate major and
Department
No
only
Howard
University
Added June 27, 2013
Institution
Name
African American Studies at Washington Metropolitan Area Institutions
25.
Name
Appointment Graduate Status
Tenure/
Promotion
Studies
minor only
University of • No free-standing AfricanDepartment n/a
• Undergraduate m
n/a
n/a
Wasfiington American Studies unit
• Diversity Minor
• Department of American
Etfinic Studies (African
American Studies, Asian
American Studies, Cfiicano/a
Studies, and Comparative
AES)
Institution
Africology Department Department Yes
University of
Wisconsin,
Milwaukee
Full & Joint Yes
PtiD program granted in
No
Purdue
University
African American Studies Center
and Research Center
No
5
•African American and Af
Studies Program is one of
programs that make up th
institute
• Undergraduate minor o
Undergraduate major and
only
Appointment Graduate Status
Tenure/
Promotion
Studies
Yes
Undergraduate major and
only
University of • No free-standing AfricanInstitute
NebraskaAmerican Studies unit
Lincoln
• Institute for Ethnic Studies
Unit
Structure
University of African American Studies Program
Program
Iowa
Added June 27, 2013
Institution
Name
African American Stxidies at the Remaining Institutions of the Big Ten Conference
Department
Appointment Graduate Status
Tenure/
Promotion
Studies
certificate
•Undergraduate Joint Min
Black Women's Studies w/
Women's Studies Depart
Maryland,
College Park'
Unit
Structure
Name
Institution
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