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About This Program

The minor in Africana studies at Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU Denver) offers students an engaging curriculum that addresses various dimensions of the global African experience.

Students learn about the contributions of African-descent peoples throughout history and develop a critical lens with which to confront the challenges facing contemporary Black communities worldwide. Our faculty place top priority on providing a rewarding educational experience to all students.

The Department of Africana Studies delivers all the academic content you expect from a bachelor’s program while also bringing to the table everything that’s unique about MSU Denver’s people and Denver’s rich Africana community. Our students have the following unique opportunities:

  • Learn in small classes from published teaching scholars whose work is printed by leading academic publishers in the U.S.
  • Benefit from one-on-one mentoring and advising that facilitate collaboration, scholastic success and career planning and guidance.
  • Get valuable hands-on experience through internships that connect you to our community and can help jump-start your career.
  • Participate in student organizations like the African Student Union, Black Student Alliance, the Ngaathaje Development Project and more.
  • Take advantage of scholarship opportunities offered through both the Urban League of Metropolitan Denver Guild and the department.

Benefits of Earning Your Degree at MSU Denver

Whatever your career aspirations, a minor in Africana studies will prepare you for citizenship and workforce participation in an increasingly diverse and intercultural world.

Career Opportunities for Our Graduates

Whatever your career aspirations, a minor in Africana studies will prepare you for citizenship and workforce participation in an increasingly diverse and intercultural world.

Accreditation

The minor program in Africana studies at MSU Denver is part of the university’s overall accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).

Department of Africana Studies

Contact the Department of Africana Studies

Phone:
303-615-0799

Fax:
720-778-5661

Hours:
M-F 8:30am – 4:30pm

Location:
Central Classroom
Suite 304

Mailing Address:

Metropolitan State University of Denver

Department of Africana Studies

Campus Box 17

P.O. Box 173362

Denver, CO. 80217-3362