The Department of History, Political Science, Geography, and African American Studies is organized to encourage interdisciplinary instructional delivery, curriculum planning, and evaluation.
The primary objective of the department is to provide all students and faculty with the opportunity and the supportive environment for excellence in study, learning, teaching, research, and service. Focusing on significant social, historical, political, geographical, and economic issues and problems, students utilize the best available theoretical framework and empirical research in acquiring functional knowledge for understanding problems of the human condition.
The department offers both undergraduate and graduate study. Undergraduate degrees which may be earned are the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science. The graduate degree is the Master of Applied Social Science. Specific information about undergraduate degree programs follows. Detailed information about the Master of Applied Social Science degree may be found in the catalog under the section labeled “Graduate Studies.”
Professor Emeriti: Neyland, Leedell
Professors: Brown, Titus; Eidahl, Kyle; Inamete, Ufot; Jackson, Jr., David H.; Simmonds, Keith
Associate Professors: Cohen, Sylvester; Paul, Gary; Wright, Larry L.
Assistant Professors: Daniels, Christopher; Densu, Kwasi; Ellis, Reginald; Eno, Victor; Guzman, William; Shakir, Ameenah; Warford, John; Young, Darius
Instructors: Lee, Keshya; Proctor, William
Staff: Jackson, Evelyn; Perdue, John