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Appalachian Studies Courses

For a list of Spring 2023 courses that can count towards the Appalachian Studies Minor/Certificate, click here: SPRING 2023 COURSES

Spring 2023 Appalachian Studies Courses

APP 200: Introduction to Appalachian Studies

001 – MW 3-4:15; taught by Allen Fletcher (in person, full semester)

002- part-of-term course taught by London Orzolek (fully online, asynchronous, part-of-term: March 13-May 5)

APP 311/LIN 311/ANT 341: Appalachian English

                001 – TR 9:30-10:45; taught by Allison Burkette (in person, full semester)

APP 399: Resilience in Appalachia: From Surviving to Thriving (if you are earning the certificate rather than the minor, speak w/Dr. Engle – this is a P/F course, but there are other options for you to receive credit)

                001 – TBD; taught by Kathryn Engle (in person, part-of-term, P/F: Feb. 27-Mar. 31)

APP 500/ANT 536: Global Appalachia

                001 – W 11AM-1:30PM; taught by Ann Kingsolver (in person, full semester)

For a list of Spring 2022 courses that can count towards the Appalachian Studies Minor/Certificate, click here: Spring 2022 App Related Course List

For a list of Summer/Fall 2021 courses that can count towards the Appalachian Studies Minor/Certificate, click here: Fall 2021 App Related Course List

For a list of Winter Intersession/Spring 2021 courses that can count towards the Appalachian Studies Minor/Certificate, click here: Spring 2021 App-Related Courses Listing

Courses that have previously counted toward App Studies Program

Course Criteria for Appalachian Studies Minor or Certificate Courses

2018-2019 APP Course Bulletin Descriptions

Please note: Students may petition the Director of Appalachian Studies, Prof. Ann Kingsolver, on individualized curriculum plans to fulfill the Appalachian Studies Minor or Undergraduate Certificate Requirements.