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Rule for Intro to American Studies

Rowan’s American Studies program requires that the course, Introduction to American Studies must be taken at Rowan or through Rowan’s College of Professional and Continuing Education. The Rowan course has been carefully designed to provide an introduction to Historical Methods as well as to the field of American Studies, and is always taught by a trained Historian. Therefore, we will not accept any course by the same name offered by another school as fulfilling that requirement for American Studies.

Students who have taken the course elsewhere will be able to use those credits as Free Electives that will count toward graduation.

Sincerely,
Dr. Emily Blanck,
Program Coordinator of American Studies

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