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I want to see the list of courses and description of AMST - American Studies of Indiana University so please give me right information here.
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Old November 24th, 2013, 03:37 PM
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Default Re: IU Course Descriptions

Indiana University was established on January 20, 1820.
It has combined student body of more than 110,000 students, including approximately 43,000 students.

Here I am giving you the complete course list of Indiana University

AAAD - Afro-American and African Diaspora Studies
AADM - Arts Administration
AAST - Asian American Studies
AFRI - African Studies
AMST - American Studies
ANTH - Anthropology
BIOC - Interdisciplinary Biochemistry Graduate Program
BIOL - Biology
CEUS - Central Eurasian Studies
CJUS - Criminal Justice-COLL
CLAS - Classical Studies
CLLC - Collins Living Learning Center
CMCL - Communication and Culture
CMLT - Comparative Literature
COGS - Cognitive Science
COLL - College of Arts and Sciences
CSCI - Computer Science
CULS - Cultural Studies
EALC - East Asian Languages and Cultures
ECON - Economics
ENG - English
FINA - Fine Arts
FOLK - Folklore
FRIT - French and Italian
GEOG - Geography
GEOL - Geology
GER - Germanic Languages
GLLC - Global Village Living-Learning Center
GNDR - Gender Studies
HISP - Spanish and Portuguese
HIST - History
HON - Honors
HPER - Health, Physical Education and Recreation
HPSC - History and Philosophy Of Science
INFO - School of Informatics
INTL - International Studies
JOUR - Journalism
JSTU - Jewish Studies
LAMP - Liberal Arts and Management Program
LATS - Latino Studies
LING - Linguistics
LSTU - Labor Studies
MATH - Mathematics
MSCI - Medical Sciences
MUS - Music
NELC - Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
OPT - Optometry
PACE - Political and Civil Engagement
PHIL - Philosophy
POLS - Political Science
PSY - Psychology and Brain Sciences
REL - Religious Studies
SLAV - Slavic Languages and Literatures
SLST - Second Language Studies
SOC - Sociology
SPEA - Public and Environmental Affairs
SWK - Social Work
TEL - Telecommunications
VSCI - Vision Science

Below I am giving you the description of AMST - American Studies from the above mentioned list

A100 11901 - What is America?
A100 7747 - What is America?
A200 8459 - Comparative American Identities
A200 9005 - Comparative American Identieis
A201 33514 - U.S. Movements & Institutions: Borders & Borderlands
A202 31638 - US Arts & Media: American Popular
A275 10479 - Indigenous World Views in the Americas
A298 36245 - Special Topics in A&H for AMST: Spirits & Saints
A350 7748 - Topics in Interdisciplinary AMST: ZOMBIES
A351 11903 - AMST in Transnational Contexts: Consumption, Media, Self
A351 31579 - American Studies in Transnational Contexts: Global Tourism
A398 12902 - Adv'd Topics in A&H for AMST: Native American Folklore
A398 28743 - Advanced Topics in A & H for AMST: Stigma, Culture, Deviance, Identity
A398 31292 - Advanced Topics in A&H for AMST: Political Communication
A398 33114 - Advanced Topics in A & H for AMST-CINEMAS OF THE BLACK DIASPORA
A399 28744 - Advanced Topics in S & H for AMST: Holocaust and American History
A399 28745 - Advanced Topics in S & H for AMST: Survey of African-American History: Since 1865
A399 28755 - A399 28744 – Advanced Topics in S & H for AMST: Holocaust and American History.
A399 29155 - Advanced Topics in S & H for AMST: History of the American Home
G603 1047 - Introduction to American Studies
G620 1048 - Colloquium in AMST-Space, Place, and History
G620 10912 - Colloquium in AMST: The Nineteenth-Century United States
G620 11164 - Colloquium in AMST: Evangelical America
G620 11904 - Colloquium in AMST: Black Religious Music
G620 13689 - Colloquium in AMST: Introduction to Comparative Ethnic and Post-Colonial Studies
G620 14109 - Colloquium in AMST: Ethnographies of Democracy
G620 31903 - Colloquium in AMST: Readings in African American History: to 1900
G620 33086 - Colloquium in AMST-Intro to Asian American Studies
G751 10273 - Seminar in AMST: Body Art: Dress & Adornment
G751 10480 - Seminar in AMST: Productive Criticism of Political Rhetoric
G751 28747 - Seminar in AMST: Masculinities & Hollywood Cinema
G751 33690 - Seminar in AMST: Science &/or Speculative Fiction after the Second World War

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