AM ST 301
American Civilization (3) An interdisciplinary overview of major themes, works, and events, in American history and culture.
AM ST 301 American Civilization (3)
This course will provide an interdisciplinary overview of major themes, texts, and events in American civilization from its beginnings to the present. Themes that distinguish an American civilization, such as individualism, constitutionalism, moralism, diversity, and mobility. The course puts these themes in historical context and integrates arts, literature, and culture into an understanding of the American experience. The course serves students from all majors seeking an understanding of the American experience. Although American Studies majors can take the course, it does not count toward the requirements for the major.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.