The Pan-African Studies Masterís Degree Program encompasses the experiences and issues of people in Africa and the Diaspora, including the Caribbean, the Americas, and beyond. The curriculum encourages future scholars to develop critical and global minds through a range of multidisciplinary courses.
The program offers two concentrations, African-American or African Diaspora Studies in three areas: historical, cultural, and social studies.
Applicants of high academic standing with a commitment to enhancing their education through research, community involvement, teaching or other activities are eligible for nine hours of tuition remission per semester, a stipend of $10,000 per academic year, plus health coverage.
The application deadline is March 15. For question and inquiries, please contact:
Ms. Charlene Stevens
Senior Program Officer
Department of Pan-African Studies
Strickler Hall, Room 445
Louisville, KY 40292
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