African american studies ab in University of georgia
The Institute for African American Studies within the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences provides a central focus for study of the impact of African American contributions upon human culture. Students will choose 18 credit hours from intellectually stimulating and exciting courses across three areas of concentration - History and Culture, Behavioral and Social Inquiry and Languages, and Literature and the Arts for an appreciation of history, culture, psychology, socioeconomics, diversity, humanity, and experience.
International Application for Undergraduate Admission, High School Transcripts (secondary school), College Transcripts from each institution attended during high school, Test scores: SAT, ACT, TOEFL score of at least 213 on the computer-based exam, or a 550 paper based score, or an 80 on the internet based, A band score of 6.5 in IELTS, Letter of Recommendation from a teacher or guidance counselor, a School/Counselor Evaluation Letter.
Public policy, Social service, Political work, Education, Historic preservation, Art conservation, Governmental work, Urban planning/development,Community leadership