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Skip to contentAmerican Culture StudiesMenu Close Search InitiativesUndergraduate ProgramPhD CertificateStudent ResourcesOur PeopleLet your curiosity lead the way:Apply TodayHomeCoursesUpcoming EventsRecent NewsContact Us Arts & Sciences Graduate Studies in A&SUndergraduate Programa one-of-a-kind learning experience Degree RequirementsMajors & MinorsOpportunities Study AbroadCoursesundergraduate researchContactAmerican Culture Studies (AMCS) and Asian American Studies (AAS) make up a multidisciplinary program that provides students with singular opportunities for in-depth mentorship and intellectual growth in community-oriented learning environments.  AMCS and AAS students pursue an interconnected understanding of American history, culture, and society in all their complexities.  Students explore topics in cultural studies that demand multiple perspectives and methodologies from the humanities and social sciences.  Students who pursue the AMCS major, AMCS minor, or AAS minor are part of a truly distinctive program organized around enriching learning experiences and focused on issues of diversity, inequality, and identity in the American past and present. The AMCS major, AMCS minor, and AAS minor are designed such that students from any field or school can complete the requirements while pursuing other majors or minors.  Pairing AMCS or AAS coursework with a major in a complementary discipline is an enhancing model of cultural study, and AMCS and AAS work closely with students to ensure fulfilling outcomes. AMCS and AAS give majors and minors considerable freedom in defining their course of study, allowing them to learn how cultural studies is done in the humanities and social sciences while considering a wide range of historical periods, geographical regions, cultural dynamics, and social issues.  We offer especially attentive advising, helping ensure students have an enriching experience while pursuing their specific interests within a diverse curriculum. Internships & Careers in AMCSwhat can you do with your amcs degree?explore careers & internships Our Majors and MinorsAmerican Culture Studies MajorThe major in American Culture Studies allows students to pursue an interconnected understanding of American history, culture, and society using multiple perspectives and methodologies from the humanities and social sciences.American Culture Studies MinorThe minor in American Culture Studies allows students to pursue an interconnected understanding of American history, culture, and society using multiple perspectives and methodologies from the humanities and social sciences.Asian American Studies MinorThe minor in Asian American Studies is designed to enrich students' critical understanding of both individual experiences and collective histories of Asian Americans in regional, national, and transnational contexts. Learn MoreAMCS Opportunities Lynne Cooper Harvey Undergraduate ScholarsThe Harvey Undergraduate Scholars experience is a community-based, project-oriented fellowship program for seniors in AMCS. Their activities enrich our community’s core values of rigorous intellectual investigation and relational stewardship by hosting events, leading conversations, and participating in other program activities. This service compliments a year-long focus on public outreach culminating in a self-directed project that translates Scholar’s capstone research into a form suitable for broadcast to audiences outside the academy. The Scholar initiative blends service, inquiry, and fun into a rewarding senior experience.more information about our scholars program Examining America: A First-Year Ampersand ProgramExamining America is a two-semester course sequence that introduces students to the multidisciplinary and critical study of American culture, history, politics, and society. In both semesters students gain a foundational understanding of course concepts, frameworks, and topics related to the formation of identities in the United States and across American imperialism, including issues of race and ethnicity, arts and performance, media and popular culture, and inequalities that shape the experiences, works, and lives of diverse populations. Students who complete this Ampersand program will have special access to unique courses and experiences in the American Culture Studies Program in their sophomore year, including preference for enrollment in the new course "Current Affairs and Critical Issues in America" and opportunities to pursue creative, independent projects under the mentorship of program directors and staff. learn more about our ampersand program   revolt-1306240-unsplash copy.jpg On Location: Exploring America AMCS travels to a new location to explore fundamental questions of identity and meaning through the study of the interdependent relationship between culture and place. By visiting landmarks, historic sites, museums, memorials etc. -- sites best understood through direct engagement with consideration of their rich material, historical, political, and social meanings -- students become in-the-field observers and learn from local experts and faculty. More information about On Location Study Abroad Studying abroad as an American Culture Studies student can enhance a cross-disciplinary study of America and provide a meaningful experience. Going abroad provides the opportunity to learn about different perspectives of U.S. culture, and to explore the ways that current American cultural attitudes and ideas are shaped by past and present contexts. Students can also be exposed to new models and methods of cultural study that are relevant in later AMCS work, or that complement what they've studied already.   learn more about our study abroad programs Undergraduate Resources Major Requirements & Concentrations Minor Requirements The Capstonesearch more resourcesCOURSES AND COURSE ATTRIBUTES Undergraduate ResearchAs an AMCS major, you have ample opportunities to conduct fieldwork or research of your own through our various programs. Some options available to you include: Fieldwork Fieldwork is an immersive and multidisciplinary process that allows students to explore a cultural issue or topic in a "real world" context, whether through an approved course or an independent project. Fieldwork is an opportunity to learn vital research and analytical skills while gaining experience and exploring future careers. Learn more about the AMCS Fieldwork course, independent projects, and past student experiences by clicking the header. Capstone Project All AMCS majors complete a research-based Capstone Project during their senior year in which they explore a topic in American culture, drawing upon previous coursework and their experiences in AMCS 375A. The Capstone serves as an opportunity to extend and deepen cultural knowledge; to achieve a fuller understanding of the complex interplay of ideas, texts, values, discourses, etc. at work in a given cultural moment; and to develop vital research and project management skills. As the name suggests, the capstone is the culmination of work done in the program! Learn more about the capstone timeline, requirements, and browse an archive of student projects by clicking the header. 140807_jaa_hs_summer_institutes_0114.jpg Contact Have questions? Contact our undergraduate coordinator. contact the undergraduate coordinator Quick LinksResourcesEventsOur PeopleRequest Financial SupportContactAdditional information Arts & Sciences Graduate Studies in A&SCopyright 2024 by:Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. LouisFollow Us Instagram Contact Us: American Culture Studies [email protected] Visit the main Washington University in St. Louis website1 Brookings Drive / St. Louis, MO 63130 / wustl.edu

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