Cleveland State University

Metamorphosis: Black Culture in America

Learning Communities retreat line.

Black Culture in America has evolved into a distinct culture throughout history. In this Learning Community, you will gain a deeper understanding of the theoretical and applied foundations of black history in America as you study origins of the black culture from its beginnings to the current state. Integrated course work will allow you to examine the interplay between ethnicity, gender roles, socio-economic and other issues of diversity revealed in historical events. Various modes of instruction and interactive projects will be utilized to make the learning and history come alive.

Fall 2011 Courses and Schedule

Metamorphosis: Black Culture in America - General Education Credits = 8

ASC 101: Introduction to University Life (1) Introduction to University Life
BST 200: Introduction to Black Studies (4) Elective
HIS 216: History of African-Americans Since 1877 (4) Social Diversity-African American
MUS 263: Black Music of Two Worlds (3) Arts and Humanities
Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
08:00-08:30
         
08:30-09:00
         
09:00-09:30
         
09:30-10:00
BST 200
9:45-10:50
Reserved Seats
 
BST 200
9:45-10:50
Reserved Seats
 
BST 200
9:45-10:50
Reserved Seats
10:00-10:30
   
10:30-11:00
   
11:00-11:30
ASC 101
11:00-12:00
       
11:30-12:00
       
12:00-12:30
MUS 263
12:15-1:05
MUS 263
12:15-1:05
 
MUS 263
12:15-1:05
12:30-01:00
   
01:00-01:30
         
01:30-02:00
HIS 216
1:30-2:35
Reserved Seats
 
HIS 216
1:30-2:35
Reserved Seats
 
HIS 216
1:30-2:35
Reserved Seats
02:00-02:30
   
02:30-03:00
   
03:00-03:30
         
03:30-04:00
         
04:00-04:30
         
04:30-05:00
         
05:00-05:30
         
05:30-06:00
         
engaged learning
Mailing Address
Office of Academic Programs
Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Avenue, MC 219E
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214
Campus Location
Main Classroom Building, 219E
1899 East 22nd Street
Phone: (216) 687-5413
M.K.ANDERSON76@csuohio.edu