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The Pan-African Studies Department at CSU Northridge is engaged in teaching students about the African World Experience, in organizing programs that demonstrate the richness, vibrance, diversity, and vitality of African, African American, and Caribbean cultures, in presenting students and the community with an Afrocentric analysis of the economic, political, social, and cultural oppression (i.e. racism) under which people of African descent suffer, from Cape Town, South Africa to Juneau, Alaska, and in making efforts to transform society by applying these analytical skills and knowledge of some of the most critical social problems that exist today. The Pan-African Studies Department is committed to a Pan-Africanist philosophy. That philosophy is based on the realization that all African peoples are linked by a cultural and spiritual unity and that the liberation of African people is dependent on the political and economic unification of the African global community. The Department offers a B.A. in African-American Studies. In addition, through the PAS Department, and in conjunction with several other disciplines and departments on campus, students can earn an Interdisciplinary Master's degree. ... [according to site editor's information]
In 2013 an African Centre was founded at HNU in order to coordinate and expand the different African projects of the three departments. The HNU focuses on interdisciplinary and practical oriented projects as well as postgraduate studies with partners in Africa. [according to site editor's information]
The African Studies program offers both the Undergraduate and Graduate Certificates designed for students interested in learning more about Africa and expanding their knowledge and understanding. The courses of study provide students with the opportunity to widen their perspectives and understanding of Africa’s social, political and economic systems and deepen their insights into the profound impact of African societies on many countries in Europe and America. Students are also presented with an opportunity for in-depth study in specific areas of their professional and research interests and are encouraged to explore the numerous programs available for studying abroad in an African country. ... [according to site editor's information]
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