Minor: Native American Studies
The minor in Native American Studies enables the College to better serve its Native American students as well as the surrounding Native American community, and also to enlighten the whole student body as to the antiquity, diversity and richness of Native American cultures in the Americas.
The Native American Studies minor is interdisciplinary in nature, with courses and faculty coming from several departments, thereby providing a rich and diverse program for students and faculty. All the courses deal with the Native American experience, and are taught with a sensitivity to Native American perspective.
To qualify for the concentration in Native American Studies, you must declare for the minor, and complete a minimum of twelve hours in Native American Studies as part of your regular Humanities sequence. The twelve hours must be chosen from the list below.
Group I (Required Course - 3 Credit Hours)
Group II (Electives - 9 Credit Hours)
Note: This list of courses will be expanded over time. The Native American Studies Committee will review and recommend any future course additions to the minor.