American Studies

A minor in American Studies requires 6h of core courses, indicated in bold type below. With the exception of IDST courses, no more than 12h can be in a single discipline. Some upper-level courses have pre-requisites. All courses offered towards this minor must be completed with a grade of C- or better.

Please view the Registrar's Office website for course availability.

 

Course #

Course Title

Pre-requisites

ART 2313

American Art

 

CREL 2533

"Cults": New Religious Movements

 

ENGL 2683

American Literature 1 (Beg.-1860s)

ENGL 1406 or 1413/1423

ENGL 2693

American Literature 2 (Civil War-1930s)

ENGL 1406 or 1413/1423

ENGL 3553

Modern American Poetry

ENGL 1406 or 1413/1423

ENGL 3563

Modern American Novel

ENGL 1406 or 1413/1423

ENGL 4233

Studies in American Literature

3rd & 4th year ENGL majors & honours

ENGL 4313

Special Topics 1 (if offered in American Literature)

3rd & 4th year ENGL majors & honours

ENGL 4323

Special Topics 2 (if offered in American Literature)

3rd & 4th year ENGL majors & honours

HIST 2303

America & The Age of Revolution

N/A

HIST 2313

The Dilemma of Modern America

N/A

HIST 2513

America in the Civil War Era

N/A

HIST 3323

Dissent & Conformity: Modern America

12h HIST or permission of Instructor

HIST 3433

America in Depression & War

12h HIST or permission of Instructor

HIST 3493

American Women & Social Reform

12h HIST or permission of Instructor

HIST 3513

America & Spanish Civil War

12h HIST or permission of Instructor

HIST 3553

The American Century: United States and the World

12h HIST or permission of Instructor

HIST 3653

America and the 1960s: History and Legacy

12h HIST or permission of Instructor

HIST 4323

Topics: American History

HIST honours/majors with GPA 3.00 or better

POLS 3493

American Government

 

 

Inquiries regarding the American Studies minor may be directed to Lisa Narbeshuber

 

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