a) Bachelor of Arts Degree
Combined Honours programs in African Studies are possible in conjunction with any other discipline in the B.A. (e.g. Political Science, History, Law, Music, Anthropology, English, French, Economics, Sociology, Film Studies). Students wishing to pursue a Combined Honours degree between African Studies and Journalism must already be accepted into the Journalism Honours Program.
A total of 20.0 credits are required for a Combined Honours degree. For the IAS component of a Combined Honours degree, 7.0 credits in African Studies are required.
A total of 15.0 credits are required for the General degree, including 6.0 credits in African Studies.
All university graduation regulations for the B.A. degree apply.
b) Bachelor of Global and International Studies Degree
A total of 20.0 credits are required for the Honours degree, including 7.5 credits in the Specialization in Africa and Globalization.
A total of 15.0 credits are required in the General degree, including 4.0 credits in the Stream in Africa and Globalization.
All university graduation regulations for the B.G.In.S. degree apply.
The Minor in African Studies is open to all undergraduate students, excluding those students who are taking a major in African Studies in the B.A. or a Specialization or Stream in Africa and Globalization in the B.G.In.S. It requires a total of 4.0 credits.