All students in the collaborative program need to take:

  • AFRI 5000, 0.5 Credits, African Studies as a Discipline:  Historical and Oral Perspectives.
  • AFRI 5800,0.0 Credits, Scholarly Preparation in African Studies: This course requires students to participate actively in some of the many public events concerning Africa at Carleton and to present some of their work amongst peers.
  • Students choosing either the thesis or research paper options must choose a topic related to African Studies. Students choosing the coursework option must choose a number of Africa-related elective courses, as designated by their home unit.

Click here to find the Collaborative Masters program requirements as they are listed in the African Studies section of the  Graduate Calendar.

Note: Students should also consult the program section of their home unit in the Graduate Calendar  for the specific Collaborative Masters requirements that apply to them.

Click here to find the African Studies graduate courses as they are listed in the Graduate Calendar.