Courses

An extensive field of subjects focusing on Africa

 is offered for selection by our students.

Find out our Modules

African History I

From the European Colonization to the end of World War One

African History II

From post-World War One era to the beginning of decolonization

African History III

From Freedom Movements to the Formation of Modern African Statehood

History

African Geography

Geographic analysis of the African continent

Geography

African Ethnology I

General approach to North African and Sub-Saharan people

African Ethnology II

General approach to Equatorial and South African people

Ethnology

African Politics

Inter-African conflicts

Politics

African International Affairs

UN and AU peace-keeping operations and Western interventions in independent

African States

International Affairs

Armies of Africa

General approach to the Military Forces of selected African States

Armies

Africa in Art

Africa in Western Art

Movements: Exoticism and Orientalism

African Fine Arts

African art creator and non-Africans artists inspired by Africa

African Primitive Arts

Symbolism through Cultural and Religious Artifacts

Arts

African Heraldry

National and Tribal Emblems:

Coat of Arms, Flags,

Honorary Distinctions

Heraldry

African Sociology I

White Communities in Black Africa

African Sociology II

The Arabs in Black Africa and Africans in the Arab World

Sociology

African Slavery

Sociological aspects of slave trade within Africa

Slavery

African Diaspora

The Black people societies established in the New World

Diaspora

African Ecology

Animal life, preservation and protection

Ecology

SOS Africa

Humanitarian missions and aid

in Africa

S O S

Christianity in the African World

Christian Presence and Missions

in Black Africa

Christianity

African Religious Societies

Rastafarianism

Religious Beliefs

African Biographies

Contemporary notable personalities in the African World:

Nelson Mandela, Haile Selassie, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Albert Schweitzer, Patrice Lumumba, etc.

Biographies

African Economy I

Aspects of economic development in the African continent:

Trade, Industry, Natural Resources

 

African Economy II

Tourism in Africa

Economy

African Athletics

Participation of African States in International Sports: Olympic Games, Football World Cup

Athletics