African American and Black Diasporic Studies (Minor)
Creighton’s African American and Black Diasporic Studies minor looks at American history, literature, politics, social sciences, education, and the arts through the prism of the African American experience. That perspective will enable the formation of culturally proficient medical practitioners, nurses, teachers, lawyers or business people.
Students will explore African arts, culture and literature, learning about the history of the African diaspora through Creighton’s Jesuit, Catholic framework. In your studies, you’ll get a multidisciplinary perspective on African social, political, intellectual and artistic currents in the Americas, Africa and Europe.