This 3-year degree focuses on the languages and cultures of sub-Saharan Africa. It includes the study of an African language and a wide choice of course units in the related cultural fields of Literature, Art, Performance and Religion-Philosophy. Students taking the two-subject degree take a combination of units from African Studies and from their other subject. Linguistics can be taken as a combined subject degree or a single-subject degree. The study of linguistics may also be combined with a range of other disciplines in which the School has proven excellence.