PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS, PLEASE NOTE:
AMS 201 will not be offered in 2013-14. Instead, our new course will serve as the core course and prerequisite: AMS 101, "America Then and Now." The course will be team-taught by Professors Rachael DeLue, Paul Frymer, and Imani Perry. It will be offered in the spring.
Seniors who have not yet taken the core course and who are interested in pursuing an American Studies certificate may apply to the Program at any time during the fall term. Please contact Judith Ferszt firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form and additional information.
Sophomores and juniors who are interested in pursuing an American Studies certificate should plan to take the core course in the spring, and will be able to apply to the program after midterm week in the spring.
The American Studies Program accepts up to 45 students each year. Students may apply to the American Studies Program after gaining admission to any University department. Criteria for admission are a strong academic record and particular interest in the interdisciplinary work of the program. Before applying for admission, students must take the core course, American Studies 101 or 201, preferably during their sophomore year, and achieve a satisfactory standing in the course. Students generally apply in the spring of their sophomore or junior year. Students from all departments of the University are encouraged to apply. Please contact the AMS office, 42 McCosh Hall, or the Program Manager, Judith Ferszt, 258-6771 or email email@example.com, for additional information.