College of Liberal Arts
Department Chair: Alosi Moloi
Department Office: Psychology Building (PSY), Room 306
Telephone: (562) 985-4624
Faculty: Ikaweba Bunting, LaRese Hubbard, Maulana Karenga, Alosi Moloi, Jim C. Robinson, Bede M. Ssensalo, Skyne Uku-Wertimer, Aaron Wilson
Administrative Support Coordinator: Monique Hedrick-Walters
Students desiring information should contact the department office for referral or the faculty advisor.
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The Black Studies curriculum is designed to provide general knowledge of Black culture and history and to offer training for professional work in the Black community. It offers programs to serve (1) business; (2) those entering a variety of occupations; (3) majors in other fields, such as history, literature, creative writing, anthropology, who wish to include additional dimensions to their course of study.