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American Indian Studies

General

Testing

Program Title

American Indian Studies

Degree Designation

CERT

Award Type

Certificates

Program Level

Undergraduate

Instruction Mode

Online Exclusive - Asynchronous

Program Description

American Indian studies examine additional interpretations of United States history, law, and politics as they relate to indigenous communities in the United States. You'll develop insight into the histories, contributions, social, cultural, and political development, and intellectual expression of the American Indian communities. Your courses will broaden your understanding of issues that confront American Indian communities and will help you understand, work with, and empower diverse communities.

College/School

College of Liberal Arts

Status

Active

Required GPA for graduation

2

Number of credits in program

12

Requirements

Program Learning Outcomes

Outcome

Identify Indigenous Nations as sovereigns.

Outcome

Describe causes and effects of stereotypes on Native Americans.

Outcome

Compare life experiences of Indigenous women to feminist theory.

Outcome

Explain Indigenous Knowledge (IK) and philosophies about land.

Degree Maps

Major Code

8241

Program Code

342102021