Advisor: Susan E. Myers-Shirk, Department of History
The 18-hour interdisciplinary minor in American Culture is intended for students who want to explore a variety of disciplines as a way of thinking about U.S. culture. This minor is ideal for students who have wide-ranging interests. It is also an excellent choice for students who are politically engaged and want to understand contemporary U.S. culture and its problems. It is especially suited for students who wish to highlight the liberal arts element of their education.
In addition to the core courses in history and English, students are required to take 12 semester hours of upper-division courses chosen in consultation with the minor advisor. Please see the advisor for a list of approved courses for the minor.