AMCS 100 America's Mosaic (3) AMCS 300 Theories and Methods in American Multicultural Studies (3) AMCS 312 Origins of Multicultural America (3) AMCS 313 Modern Multicultural America (4) AMCS 372 Dynamics of Prejudice and Oppression (3) AMCS 498 Capstone Seminar in American Multicultural Studies (3)
Students must select one course from three of the four following areas (African American Studies, American Indian Studies, Asian American Studies and Chicano/Latino Studies) for 9 credits.
African American StudiesAMCS 209 African American Humanities I: Roots (3)AMCS 210 African American Humanities II: 1865-Present (3)AMCS 211 Contemporary African Americans (3)
American Indian StudiesAMCS 102 Contemporary American Indians (3)AMCS 202 Traditional American Indian Cultures (3)AMCS 225 Ojibwe Culture (3)
Asian American StudiesAMCS 220 Contemporary Asian America (3)CHIN 132 Introduction to Chinese Culture (3)JAPN 142 Introduction to Japanese Culture (3)
Chicano/Latino StudiesAMCS 103 Contemporary Chicanos (3)AMCS 203 Chicano Culture (3)
Students must choose at least 18 upper level elective credits from the courses listed below. Courses taken for the core or electives may not be taken for the related requirements OR students may select upper level courses from English, American Studies, Languages & Cultures, Anthropology, Economics, East Asian Studies, History, Women''s Studies or International Studies, with PRIOR approval from the department chair.
American Indian Studies390, 461 and 469 must have an American Indian Studies emphasis.
AMCS 304 American Indians and Hollywood (3)AMCS 320 American Indian Belief Systems (3)AMCS 390 Topics in American Multicultural Studies (1-3)AMCS 461 Readings: American Multicultural Studies (1-3)AMCS 469 Internship (1-12)ANTH 311 American Indians and the Environment (3)ANTH 315 North American Archaeology (3)ANTH 327 The Aztecs (3)ANTH 337 The Maya (3)ENGL 352 Native American Literature (3)
Natasha Smith talks about her experience