Course Descriptions

Appalachian Studies (AS) Graduate Course Descriptions*

See the Graduate Course Catalog: https://graduate.appstate.edu/2016-17-graduate-bulletin-course-catalog-course-catalog/appalachian-studies

 

Appalachian Studies (AS) Undergraduate Course Descriptions**

See the Undergraduate Course Catalog: https://registrar.appstate.edu/resources/course-catalogs/undergraduate-bulletin (Click on "College of Arts and Sciences" and then scroll down to "Appalachian Studies" on page 93.)

*Other departments--such as English, history, biology, sociology, anthropology, philosophy and religion, and government and justice studies--offer graduate courses focusing on Appalachia. For a list of those course titles, see the program of study for the Master of Arts in Appalachian Studies. For example, the English department offers ENG 5720: Appalachian Literature. To find the course description, navigate to the ENG section of the graduate Course Catalog.

**Other departments--such as English, history, sociology, anthropology, geology, geography and planning, philosophy and religion, and government and justice studies--offer undergraduate courses focusing on Appalachia. For a list of those course titles, see the program of study for the Minor in Appalachian Studies. For example, the English department offers ENG 4720: Appalachian Literature. To find the course desecription, navigate to the ENG section of the Undergraduate Bulletin.

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