Ma in african american and african diaspora studies in Indiana university bloomington
Indiana University Bloomington
The degree offers graduate students two different tracks or specializations to focus their course work Power, Citizenship, and the State and Race, Representation, and Knowledge Systems which reflect the current state of the field and takeadvantage of the traditional strengths of the department, its adjunct faculty, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Bloomington campus.
Minimum GPA of 3.0, Letters of recommendation, Brief personal essay, Bachelor's degree from accredited college
Academics, theatre and drama, music composition, information technology, law, engineering, education, journalism, criminal justice, creative writing, fundraising, politics, social work, business, community organizing, nonprofits, health care, the legal profession, banking and technology industries