CCN: AML2600 Title: African American Literature Credit Hrs: 3.00
Description : 
Students will be introduced to works that represent diverse African American literature since 1746. Texts may be selected from major authors such as Angelou, Douglass, Hughes, Hurston, King, and Truth. Upon successful completion of the course, students will understand the significant concepts, contexts, movements, figures, and works of African American literature since 1746. This course is a writing credit course with International/ intercultural content. Students must earn a minimum grade of C to meet the requirements of the Gordon Rule for writing.
 
Lec Hrs =   48.00 Lab Hrs =   0.00 Oth Hrs =   0.00 Fees =   0.00

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