American Studies (BA)

St.Michael’s College
Vermont, United States
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
4 years
January May August
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Entry Requirements

  • Overall high school record and strength of college preparatory curriculum (including the senior year of high school)
  • High school rank in class or relative standing in the class as indicated by quartile, quintile or decile is also considered in conjunction with the quality of the curriculum attempted and the overall strength of the high school. 
  • Application essay (required) and any submitted writing samples (optional)
  • Letters of recommendation from teachers and counselors
  • The applicant’s record of extra curricular interests, activities and talents


  • Foundations of US Latino/a Literature and Culture
  • Introduction to Cuban Literature and Culture
  • American Renaissance
  • American Naturalism
  • The Middle Passage
  • Major American Writers
  • African-American Literature
  • Topics in Literature
  • The American Environmental Imagination
  • Urban Geography
  •  Early Latin America
  • Modern Latin America
  • Women in American Society
  • Native Peoples of North America
  • American Society and Culture to 1865
  • American Society and Culture since 1865
  • The Age of the American Revolution, 1763-1815
  • Presidential Elections
  • The Roots of American Society, 1607-1763
  • Advanced Topics in Women's History and the History of Gender
  • Advanced Topics in American History
  • The Age of FDR, 1932-1945
  • Media and American Politics
  • History of Jazz
  • History of Rock
  • Topics in American and Popular Music
  • Advanced Topics in Philosophy
  • Introduction to American National Politics
  • Parties, Elections and Political Participation
  • American Constitutional Law
  • Civil Liberties
  • Criminal Justice
  • American Foreign Policy
  • Politics and Literature
  • American Protestantism
  • American Catholicism
  • Advanced Topics in Religious Studies

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