Requirements for the Concentration in American Studies
Three electives with an emphasis on America.
- One sophomore-level course in American literature
- One course in American history
These may include, but are not limited to the following
- ARB 112 Introduction to the Fine Arts
- ENB 210 American Literature I; ENB 211 American Literature II; ENB 240 Studies in American Environmental Literature; ENB 250 African American Literature
- GVB 110 American National Government; GVB 120 The American Judicial System: Process and Issues; GVB 210 Urban Politics
- HSB 135 United States History I: Origins to 1877; HSB 145 United States History II: 1865 to the Present; HSB 225 John Brown's Body: Political Violence in American History
- SYB 115 Studies in Social Problems; SYB 220 Social Inequalities of Gender and Sexuality; and SYB 230 Sociological Perspectives on the Connecticut River.
Any student in good standing may enroll in the American Studies concentration. Students must achieve a 2.00 overall grade point average and a 2.00 grade point average for the five courses in the concentration for degree designation.
For Further Information:
Professor William Major