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209 Elizabeth Avenue
Honors House/Morehead State University
Morehead, KY 40351
Phone: 606-783-2582
Fax: 606-783-5088
E-mail:  p.krummrich@moreheadstate.edu

 

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Appalachian Studies Minor

Program Info
The Appalachian studies program offers students diverse opportunities for academic study, service learning, participatory research, community outreach, and advocacy related to the Appalachian region. View our department's website at www.moreheadstate.edu/iis.

Accreditations

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools - SACS

Morehead State University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

 

Minor

 

Appalachian Studies Minor

Non profit and government agencies that serve the region, public policy analysis and development, law, the arts, environmental research, archives and historic preservation, museums, community organizing and development, teaching in a range of disciplines.

Admission to Morehead State University (see MSU admission requirements).

Program Requirements: Appalachian Studies Core:

APS 201 – Introduction to Appalachian Studies (3)

Five of the following for a total of fifteen (15) credit hours:

ART 468 – Appalachian Arts (3)
ENG 360 – Appalachian Literature (3)
GEO 341 – Appalachia (3)
HIS 322 – History of Appalachia (3)
MUSH 261 – Folk and Country Music Listening (3)
SOC 459 – Appalachian Culture (3)

Two three-hour electives for a total of six (6) hours from the following (may include courses not already selected above):

AGR 319 – Herbs (3)
BIOL 318 – Local Flora (3)
ENG 394 – Language and Society
HIS 323 - History of Kentucky
GEO 345 – Environmental Geography (3)
GOVT 344 – Kentucky Government (3)
MUST 103-001 Practical Theory for the Traditional Musician (2)
(May be combined with Private Instruction or Ensemble classes offered for one hour of credit by KCTM for a total of 3 credit hours)
RAPP 201 – Intro to Regional Analysis (3)
RAPP 202 – Basic Computer Tech in Regional Analysis (3)
RAPP 289 - Regional Natural History

Total of 24 Hours

 

Address:
209 Elizabeth Ave., Honors House
Morehead State University
Morehead, KY 40351    

Primary Phone: 606-783-2582
Secondary Phone: 606-783-2762

E-mail: Dr. Philip Krummrich, Chair
E-mail: Dr. Joy Gritton, Coordinator

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"MSU provided me with such an enriching experience. I began my journey four years before college as a participant in Trio's Upward Bound and was even placed on MSU's campus for my time in the Governor's Scholar Program. After so much time on this campus, and hearing great things about the Foreign Language programs, MSU already felt like home and the obvious choice for furthering my education. Once here I realized I was right and I met many new people and learned many valuable lessons. To MSU, I say gracias, merci, grazie and thank you for everything."

Timothy Williams
Graduate
Wellington, KY

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