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AAST 2300 001 INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

Fall - 2017 (Regular Academic Session)
This comprehensive course will examine the African American experience, primarily in the United States in the areas of history, sociology, psychology, religion, education, politics, economics and the cultural arts. This course is required …

AAST 3336 001 SOCIAL INEQUALITY

Fall - 2017 (Regular Academic Session)
Examines the processes, characteristics, and consequences of social inequality in society. Topics include the social class structure, status groups, and elite power structure as they influence peoples life chances. 3 hours.

AAST 3336 001 Social Inequality

Spring - 2017 (Regular Academic Session)
Examines the processes, characteristics, and consequences of social inequality in society. Topics include the social class structure, status groups, and elite power structure as they influence peoples life chances.  3 hours.

AAST 3347 002 TOPICS IN MULTICULTURAL LITERATURES

Spring - 2017 (Regular Academic Session)
“The Life and Times of S. Carter” places Jay Z’sThe Black Album (2003) in a broad African American literary continuum of autobiographical and semi-autobiographical works. In this course, we will use text-mining software to quantify …

AAST 4326 001 DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS

Fall - 2017 (Regular Academic Session)
The purpose of this class is to introduce students to theoretical and practical ideas about diversity in organizations, increase understanding of the concept of diversity in organizations, reduce discrimination, and increase fairness and …

AAST 4350 001 SPECIAL TOPICS IN AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

Fall - 2017 (Regular Academic Session)
This course will provide an examination of the historical overviews and current issues associated with Black women throughout the Diaspora. The historical, educational, social, economic, cultural and political roles of Black women will be …

AAST 4391 001 CONFERENCE COURSE

Spring - 2017 (Regular Academic Session)
The African American Studies (AAST) program is an interdisciplinary study of the history, culture, and socio-economic well-being of African-Americans. Therefore, as the final course or “capstone” of the AAST minor, this course is …

ACCT 2301 001 Principles of Accounting

Fall - 2017 (Regular Academic Session)
The accounting process and its informational output. Financial accounting concepts, basic procedures, and the resulting reports. Recognition and creation of accounting information as bases for decisions.

ACCT 2301 002 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I

Fall - 2017 (Regular Academic Session)
Introduction to the accounting process and its informational output. Financial accounting concepts, basic procedures, and the resulting reports. Recognition and creation of accounting information as bases for decisions.
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ACCT 2301 005 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I

Fall - 2017 (Regular Academic Session)
Introduction to the accounting process and its informational output. Financial accounting concepts, basic procedures, and the resulting reports. Recognition and creation of accounting information as bases for decisions.
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