Southern Illinois University Carbondale Daily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
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Egyptian19700625Departments; Egyptian19700625Departments.tif
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TranscriptDepartments add related courses
Black Studies offers three new courses
SyWtaHoMM BAS 320, group leadership, duate nic*chbt&s<boclH*ck till qcirxzi ai 19*7. Tbe ?rx>- aid pertiacas the rangeofcour-
Dsly Eflyptiav. Siwff Wrtwaw lD uugfat by SDJ suit nca- courses and orulrflrs kin to gram cuiimly han 12 enrol- sea, WiUon said.Depth tathe
WTW^ bcr Thomas Slaugl^cr..o nofar a a^ranced degree. Ices. Inched nag ooc white stu- Ucnlty U lacking si tbe pre-
Tbc DUck American Studies BAS 322 Methods of Black SIU BAS im currently working den. sess droe, he said, perncps
program will continue this Studies, and BAS 410. Prub- oa a master's degree proposal Many white sradesrx rake the because of tbe geos^aphic lo-
quarter, according to Henry lcm# Worksbip, sre being tematiTcly set tor fall qear- BAS courses, panpculirly the cauoa of Carbondale.
Wilson ' assistant director of Iau*?ni &7 BAS Director James ier, 197i. General Studies courses, WU- Wilson said tbe pi ugr am has
SIU's program. Rosser and Armlsieid Robin- Wllscs said rwo srudents son said. oo plana (or expansion, other
" son of Yale UniTcrsliy* will graduate from the BAS *'Wc think our program la than the deTeiocmeni of the
Wilson "la •*****' *** Wilson said related course program which was Initiated superior as regards fsciluies proposed master's program.
courses are being offered this are ot1ercd ^ lbc rxpan-
quarter under the auspices of mcn(a of , {Ulory English,
Dcpartrneniandoibersssocla- Anhlooolofy, Music and
ted departments. Sociology.
The new courses include a bachelors degree In LISAS 318, a seminar in West bcral Arts and Sciences may
Indian literature, taught by Dr. be obtained by BAS ma)ors
Ed Brathwalie of the Univer- with two sanctioned minors
■Ity of the West Indcs and available as well, Wilson said.
Harris Wacrrah of Kenya. The degree enables tbegra-
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