The MA program in American Studies is designed to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the US, its society, history, cultures, and literatures. In the first stage of training, students take introductory courses in US literatures, history and culture, while later they have the opportunity to study intellectual history, political, popular and visual culture, Hungarian-US relations, gender, and identity. The rigorous coursework includes gaining knowledge of theoretical problems and research direction, the structure of US history and society in North America and majority and minority populations. The program develop student's abilities to analyze and process information in a critical manner.
|English||TOE FL Score: min. 110 or, TOE FL ITP Score: min 627, or IELT S Band: min. 8 or, Cambridge Advanced English [CAE ])|
|Undergraduate diploma (or higher)||We expect applicants to be interested in the cultures and people of the United States.|