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American Studies requirements may be fulfilled by a variety of courses offered by both the American Studies Program and other departments and programs. American Studies courses are categorized as follows: Foundation Courses numbered AMER Foundation courses are introductory surveys taught by American Studies faculty that examine the promise of equality and inclusion and contradictory systems of power, difference and inequality in the United States.
They may include some discussion of transnational issues e. Foundation Courses often serve as gateways to the American Studies major and may therefore introduce interdisciplinary concepts and the methodologies of American Studies; if department based, they may introduce concepts and methodologies of the course's discipline.
Foundation Courses also familiarize students with the program goals of American Studies at Tufts. Students who wish to take more than one Foundation Course may be allowed to count a second foundation course towards their cluster but they cannot double count the required foundation course for their cluster.
American Studies majors must take at least one Foundation Course. Mid-level courses may be grounded in a discipline or may expose students to different methodologies. These courses may be designed primarily for American Studies majors or may be cross-listed departmental courses.
Upper-Level courses may be grounded in a discipline or may expose students to different methodologies.
Course requirements may include exams but generally emphasize written work response papers, building-block writing assignments, moderate-length research papers. These courses are taught by American Studies faculty and may originate in, or be cross-listed with, other departments as long as they explicitly aim to fulfill American Studies learning objectives and provide students with opportunities to develop expertise in the interdisciplinary methodologies and research methods employed in the field of American Studies.
Integrative Seminars have limited enrollments usually no more than 18 in order to promote discussion and collaborative learning. These courses require substantial written work in the range of 20 pages or more that may take the form of either a final research paper or an analytical essay.
For a research paper, the student will construct a research question, gather primary or secondary material, and perform original analysis.
An annotated bibliography and literature review may also be required. For an analytical essay, students should synthesize the materials covered in the course, and bring their original ideas and analysis to bear on these materials. As appropriate, Integrative Seminars may include a substantial creative work in place of a research paper or analytical essay.
Finally, these courses may also include exams in addition to written work.
American Studies majors must take at least one Integrative Seminar. Students who elect not to complete a Senior Special Project of Honors Thesis are required to take an additional Integrative Seminar that is relevant to their course of study in the major cluster.
A student cannot double count their required Integrative Seminar for their cluster. Students wishing to pursue an American Studies internship for academic credit must: If approved, students will be granted permission to register for AMER This paper will be submitted to and graded by the American Studies internship faculty advisor.
Only one internship may count toward the American Studies major. Study Abroad Courses We encourage American Studies majors to study abroad because international travel offers rich opportunities for reflecting upon US society and culture from different vantage points; for example, how the US has exerted its influence in other parts of the world, or how the US is perceived by the citizens of other countries.
Students studying abroad are encouraged to give careful thought to how the experience can enhance their understanding of American society. Nevertheless, students majoring in American Studies must work carefully with their major advisers prior to going abroad in order to ensure that they can complete their major requirements if courses they take abroad do not transfer into American Studies.
Study abroad courses may count toward the cluster, elective, and history requirement, but not towards the Foundation course or Integrative Seminar.
No more than three courses taken abroad can count toward the major. Study abroad courses must be pre-approved for American Studies credit by the American Studies Transfer-of Credit representative.M.A. in Art History. The master's program in art history, offered by the department of Art and Art History, is designed to provide a broad historical and theoretical understanding of the visual arts, in addition to developing critical thinking and methodological skills.
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