Course Descriptions

Appalachian Studies (AS) Graduate Course Descriptions

See the Graduate Bulletin, selecting the prefix AS in the course filter.

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 in the Graduate Bulletin (Culture and Music Concentration or Sustainability in Appalachia Concentration). For example, the English department offers ENG 5720: Appalachian Literature. To find the course description, select the prefix ENG in the course filter of the Graduate Bulletin.

Appalachian Studies (AS) Undergraduate Course Descriptions

See the Undergraduate Bulletin, selecting the prefix AS in the course filter.

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 and the Minor in Appalachian Music: Roots and Influences in the Undergraduate Bulletin. For example, the English department offers ENG 4720: Appalachian Literature. To find the course desecription, select the prefix ENG in the course filter of the Undergraduate Bulletin.