Appalachian Studies, Minor
Appalachian Studies is an interdisciplinary program that brings together courses taught by a diverse group of faculty from the Arts, Environmental Sciences, Health Sciences, Humanities, and Social Sciences. The program awards an undergraduate minor and a certificate in Appalachian Studies.
Students may select a group of courses tailored to their personal and academic goals in consultation with the Director.
The minor in Appalachian Studies requires a minimum of 18 credit hours as indicated below:
|APP 200||Introduction to Appalachia (also fulfills General Education 5B or 6)||3|
|Choose from 15 hours of the following:||15|
|Rural Crime and Justice|
|Media Images of Appalachia|
|Social Change in Appalachia|
|Politics of Development in Appalachia|
|Appalachia in U.S. History|
|Sustainability in Appalachia|
Other Appalachia-specific courses from other programs with departmental approval