Resources

Students new to American Studies often ask:

  • What’s in this degree for me?
  • Where will it take me?
  • And, more generally, what is the value of a Liberal Arts & Sciences degree in today’s world?

Though centered on the Humanities (aka Literature, History, Religious Studies, and the like), this video does an admirable job of explaining the value of the Liberal Arts & Sciences in a rapidly changing, global society:

See also

Additional resources to help in your pursuit of an AMST degree:

Career Options explains what you can do with a degree in American Studies.

The Internships page provides information about securing and getting credit for an internship. Contact Dr. Takacs for more information.

The Links page is full of information and academic resources to help in your studies of American culture and society. This includes digital primary and secondary source repositories and blogs of interest to the field.