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This course addresses the fundamental leadership concepts, theories, attributes, and antecedents most commonly associated with or practiced within the African American community. Students will explore African American leadership from political, legal, business, civil rights, activist, religious, intellectual, and artistic perspectives. Using a historical basis, students will investigate the challenges facing contemporary Black America and explore creative ways in which African Americans can respond to these challenges. This course can be used to satisfy an elective in Organizational Leadership, Organization Communication or Commerce and Enterprise.

Credits:  3


  • AFS 102 (with a min grade of )
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