The BA American Studies degree programme is an interdisciplinary course, enabling you to study American history and literature, as well as giving you the opportunity to study politics and film. The programme invites you to engage with diverse forms of cultural expression, including novels, poetry, photographs, paintings, historical and political documents, classic texts, bestsellers, and movies.
The third year of this degree programme is spent abroad, providing you with an invaluable academic and cultural experience, one that most students consider to be the highlight of their time at university. You will spend the majority of the third year studying in America or Canada - with the option of spending a semester in Australia, New Zealand, or Hong Kong.
Compulsory Study (120 credits)
Students must study the following modules for 120 credits:
IMAGINING AMERICA: LITERATURE I
IMAGINING AMERICA: LITERATURE II
READING CULTURES I: AMERICAN ICONS
READING CULTURES II: IDEAS AND IDEOLOGIES
WE THE PEOPLE I: AGE OF REVOLUTIONS
WE THE PEOPLE II: THE AMERICAN CENTURY
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