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A minor in Black Studies can be paired with many different majors at Providence College. Many of the courses in the Black Studies program are cross-listed in departments such as Sociology, Social Work, History, Economics, Political Science, Music, Art History, Education, and English. Obtaining a minor in Black Studies help students develop a multicultural mindset and gain an understanding of environmental and human needs across racial and national boundaries. With these skills there are a variety of career opportunities open to students having obtained a minor in Black Studies.

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