AMS 112 American Identities, Honors
An interdisciplinary introduction to individual and group identities over time. Students explore theories and methods relating to identity from various perspectives, such as race, class, gender, sexuality, age, religion, and region. Not open to students who have taken AMS 110. Prerequisite: Membership in the University Honors Program or approval by the American Studies Program.
Career Opportunities American Studies graduates are prepared for a broad array of occupations. Recently our graduates have entered jobs in museums, libraries, social policy, government, politics, journalism and education. Many have entered graduate work in American studies or disciplines in their concentrations. See an advisor for a list of American studies courses that may meet teacher licensure requirements in history and social sciences.
Why study American studies? Because American studies offers a creative environment to learn, think, and reflect about American culture, history, and communities from both a national and global perspective.
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