This minor examines the contemporary and historical experiences and ways of life of the indigenous people of North America from their perspective. It is designed to provide a study of Native American issues from a holistic and humanistic viewpoint by focusing on their cultural, historical and contemporary life.
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*Note: EN 311Z, EN 430, HS 295, SO 295, AD 295, MU 325, and PS 295 are courses of variable content. Credit only applies to the minor when these courses deal with Native American subject matter.
NAS 295 Special Topics in Native American Studies may include course content that is not presently included in these categories. NAS 298 Directed Study in Native American Studies may also be taken for 1-4 credits with approval.