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Old October 25th, 2013, 03:35 PM
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Default Re: African American Studies Temple University

The Department of African American Studies – Temple University was established with the aim to provide an intellectual arena

Admission detail of Doctoral Degree (Ph.D)

Admission is offered only once a year in the fall semester.

Admission Requirements and Deadlines for PhD
Application Deadline: January 15

Admission requirement for PhD

-You must hold Master's degree in:
American Studies,
Black Studies,
Ethnic Studies,
History with a concentration in African or African American Studies, or other content areas with a concentration in African or African American Studies is required.

-Three letters of recommendation should be obtained from college/university faculty members
-You need to submit the Statement of Goals should be approximately 500-1,000 words in length
-GRE is required. A combined minimum score of 1,000 on the verbal and quantitative sections is expected.
-Minimum TOEFL score needed to be accepted: 600 paper-based, 250 computer-based, or 100 internet-based.
- Resume or Curricula Vitae (CV) is required.
- You need to submit the writing sample

Core Course Requirements consist of the following:
AAS 8001: Proseminar in Graduate Work in African American Studies
AAS 8002: African Civilizations
AAS 8003: Research Methods in African American Studies
AAS 8004: Afrocentric Theory and Methods
AAS 8005: African Literature OR AAS 8006: African American Literature:
AAS 8007: African Aesthetics (offered every other year Fall 2010, 2012, etc)
AAS 8008: Ethnographic Methods
AAS 9001: Seminar in African Aesthetics (offered every other spring semester: upcoming Spring 2012)
AAS 9002: Teaching African American Studies
AAS 9614: Critical Readings in African Diasporan Experience
AAS: 9994: Preliminary Exam Prep
AAS: 9998: Pre Dissertation Reseach
AAS 9999: Dissertation Research

Address:
The Department of African American Studies
1115 Polett Walk
810 Gladfelter Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Phone: 215-204-8491
Fax: 215-204-5953
afam@temple.edu

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