COURSES FOR AMERICAN STUDIES CREDIT / FALL 2015

ELECTIVES:

ANTHROPOLOGY

ANTH 209 M/Ethnography of the Iroquois

ANTH 260 M/Myths and Folktales of American Indians

ART HISTORY

ARTH 280 F/History of Art in the United States

BUSINESS

MGMT 263 Business Law I

MGMT 264 Business Law II

COMMUNICATION

COMN 251 Mass Media and Society

ENGLISH

ENGL 203 Reader and Text: Jean Toomer’s Cane/Intertextualities

ENGL 329 American Visions: Civil War and Literature

ENGL 336 Native American Literature

ENGL 425 Enterprises: OpenValley

ENGL 439 American Ways: American Social Drama

ENGL 443 Women and Literature: The Politics & Practice of Textual Recovery

HISTORY

HIST 150 S/U/History of United States I

HIST 151 S/U/History of United States II

HIST 162 S/U/Issues in American History II

HIST 204 S/U/United States Since 1945

HIST 250 S/U/Work and Workers in Modern America

HIST 260 S/U Women in United States History

HIST 261 M/U/Native American History

HIST 355 Slave Rebellions and Resistance in the New World

HIST 368 Making of Modern America: 1918-1945

HIST 369 Environmental Thought & Politics in the United States

HIST 391 Senior Seminar: The American Revolution

INTERDEPARTMENTAL

INTD 203 U/Social Foundations of American Education

MUSIC

MUSC 100 F/Understanding Music: American Songbook

MUSC 232 F/Folk Music in America

POLITICAL SCIENCE

PLSC 110 S/U/American Politics

PLSC 218 Politics of Judicial Process

PLSC 246  S/U.S. Foreign Policy

PLSC 314 American Public Policy 

SOCIOLOGY

SOCL 213 Sociology of Medicine

SOCL 220 U/Inequality, Class, and Poverty

SOCL 225 Sociology of Gender         

SOCL 230 S/U/Race & Ethnicity        

SOCL 310 Sociology of Law

CULTURAL INTERSECTIONS:

ANTHROPOLOGY

ANTH 209 M/Ethnography of the Iroquois

ANTH 260 M/Myths and Folktales of American Indians

ENGLISH

ENGL 203 Reader and Text: Jean Toomer’s Cane/Intertextualities

ENGL 329 American Visions: Civil War and Literature

ENGL 336 Native American Literature

ENGL 439 American Ways: American Social Drama

ENGL 443 Women and Literature: The Politics & Practice of Textual Recovery

HISTORY

HIST 260 S/U Women in United States History

HIST 261 M/U/Native American History

HIST 355 Slave Rebellions and Resistance in the New World

HIST 369 Environmental Thought & Politics in Modern America

SOCIOLOGY

SOCL 220 U/Inequality, Class, and Poverty

SOCL 225 Sociology of Gender

SOCL 230 S/U/Race & Ethnicity          

TRANSNATIONAL: 

ANTHROPOLOGY

ANTH 226 M/Native Voices: Mesoamerica and the Andes

BUSINESS

Note: Courses have prerequisites and are restricted to School of Business majors and minors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business.

ECON 365 International Macroeconomics

MGMT 316 International Finance

HISTORY

HIST 270 S/M/History of Latin America to 1825

HIST 355 Slave Rebellions and Resistance in the Atlantic World

HIST 380 Studies in Non-Western History: (appropriate subtitle)**

PHILOSOPHY

PHIL 202 M/World Religions and Contemporary Issues

POLITICAL SCIENCE

PLSC 120 S/Comparative Politics

PLSC 140 S/International Politics

PLSC 246 S/U.S. Foreign Policy

PLSC 326 Government and Politics of South America

PLSC 341 Democracy and International Relations

PLSC 346 Global Issues

SOCIOLOGY

SOCL 105 S/M/Introduction to Global Social Change

SOCL 325 Global Social Change

COURSES FOR AMERICAN STUDIES CREDIT / SPRING 2015

ELECTIVES:

COMMUNICATION

COMN 251 Mass Media and Society

 ENGLISH

(ENGL courses will fulfill American literature requirement)

ENGL 203 Reader and Text: Plays of Arthur Miller

ENGL 314 Nineteenth-Century Literature: American Romanticism

ENGL 329 American Visions: The Thoreau-Harding Project 5

ENGL 329 American Visions: Transatlantic Migration Narratives to 1800

ENGL 337 African American Literature

ENGL 338 Contemporary American Literature

ENGL 439 American Ways II: Bioregional Literature

ENGL 458 Major Authors: Octavia Butler

ENGL 458 Major Authors: Leslie Marmon Silko

GEOGRAPHY

GEOG 161 Geography of North America

GEOG 250 U/American Landscapes

HISTORY

HIST 151 S/U/History of United States II

HIST 162 S/U/Issues in American History II

HIST 204 S/U/United States Since 1945

NOTE:  HIST 220/221 is restricted to History majors, minors & concentrators - Prerequisites of 9 hours of college level history credit OR permission of History Department.

HIST 221 Research in History: Native American History, 1492-1838

HIST 260 S/U Women in United States History

HIST 261 M/U/Native American History

HIST 267 S/U/Women and U.S. Social Movements

HIST 353 The Age of American Revolution, 1763-89

HIST 391 Senior Seminar: Urban America

HIST 391 Senior Seminar: Race, Class, Gender—Early America

INTERDEPARTMENTAL

INTD 203 U/Social Foundations of American Education

MANAGEMENT

MGMT 263 Business Law I

MGMT 264 Business Law II

MUSIC

MUSC 100 F/Understanding Music: American Songbook

MUSC 105 F/Popular Music in America

MUSC 291 Music & Ideas: Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, & the American Folk Revival

POLITICAL SCIENCE

PLSC 110 S/U/American Politics

PLSC 216 Presidential Politics

PLSC 246  S/U.S. Foreign Policy

PLSC 312 American Social Welfare Policy

PLSC 390 Senior Seminar: Politics and Public Administration of Privatization

SOCIOLOGY

SOCL 210 Sociology of the Family

SOCL 220 U/Inequality, Class, and Poverty

SOCL 230 S/U/Race & Ethnicity        

SOCL 333 Sociology of Education

SOCL 347 Criminology and Juvenile Delinquency

SOCL 376 Senior Seminar: Selected Topics in Sociology (appropriate subtitle)**

CULTURAL INTERSECTIONS:

BLACK STUDIES

BLKS 288 Experimental: Black Masculinities: The Body and Performance

ENGLISH

ENGL 329 American Visions: Transatlantic Migration Narratives to 1800

ENGL 337 African American Literature

ENGL 458 Major Authors: Octavia Butler

ENGL 458 Major Authors: Leslie Marmon Silko

HISTORY

HIST 261 M/U/Native American History

HIST 267 S/U/Women and U.S. Social Movements

HIST 391 Senior Seminar: Race, Class, Gender—Early America

POLITICAL SCIENCE

PLSC 312 American Social Welfare Policy

SOCIOLOGY

SOCL 210 Sociology of the Family

SOCL 220 U/Inequality, Class, and Poverty

SOCL 230 S/U/Race & Ethnicity

TRANSNATIONAL:

ANTHROPOLOGY

ANTH 301 M/Religion, Society, and Culture

ANTH  313 Global Health Issues

COMMUNICATION

COMN 317 Intercultural Communication

COMN 362 International Mass Communication

COMN 363 Advertising as Social Communication

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

CMLT 200 Reading Transnationally: Literature of the Great War

ENGLISH

ENGL 329 American Visions: Transatlantic Migration Narratives to 1800

ENGL 458 Major Authors: Leslie Marmon Silko

MANAGEMENT

MGMT 316 International Finance

HISTORY

HIST 271 S/M/History of Latin American since 1825

POLITICAL SCIENCE

PLSC 120 S/Comparative Politics

PLSC 140 S/International Politics

PLSC 202 S/World Religions & Contemporary Issues

PLSC 246 S/U.S. Foreign Policy

PLSC 325 Politics of Mexico, Central America, and the Carribean

PLSC 348 Politics of International Economic Relations

SOCIOLOGY

SOCL 105 S/M/Introduction to Global Social Change