Bachelors in african american studies in University of california riverside
The curriculum examines the African American experience, fostering a greater understanding and appreciation of the contributions that African Americans have made to society. It focuses within a framework of power relations, class, politics, race/ ethnicity, gender, education, socioeconomics and culture. The program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree in African American studies. Offered by the Department of Ethnic Studies in the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences.
ACT with Writing, the SAT or the SAT with Essay, Typical SAT scores: Critical reading (490-620), Mathematics (510-670),Writing (490-625), ACT Composite (22-29), Average GPA 3.52, TOEFL IBT-80, IELTS-6.5, Personal insight questions
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