International American Studies

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The major in American studies with a concentration in international
American studies consists of nine courses from the following
categories:

Introduction (one of the following):

AMST 101, 334, or 335

Approaches:

AMST 201 or 202

Up to four approved American culture courses taken at an
American studies international partner institution or other study abroad program.

These courses should deal primarily with the United States, or with the interaction between American culture and one or more other cultures, or with the impact within the United States of other cultures. Courses must be approved by the American studies chair or director of undergraduate studies before the study abroad experience. The remainder of courses should be taken at UNC, with at least one from each of the following categories:

America in the World:

AFAM 430; AMST 259, 277, 378;

CMPL 379;

HIST 212, 213, 281, 373, 570, 577;

INTS 512;

POLI 231, 443, 456, 459

The World in America:

AMST 258, 388, 685;

AFAM 278, 293, 297, 340, 371, 474;

ART 487;

ASIA 350, 452, 455;

ENGL 265, 361, 364, 365, 578;

GEOG 452;

HIST 278;

PLCY 249;

POLI 450;

RELI 423, 445, 580;

SLAV 469