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Native American Studies Minor

Native American Studies is a U.S. and Global Studies program that uses an interdisciplinary approach to learning about indigenous peoples of the Americas.

18 credit hours required.

The minor course work focuses on examining their prehistory, history and cultures. The minor in Native American Studies is a vehicle enabling students interested in the serious and intensive study of Native Americans to benefit from its diverse offerings.

It is intended to provide a systematic program of study in which the complementary nature of these courses is fully explored to enhance the understanding gained from each.

Contact Person:

Susan Stebbins, Department of Anthropology

246 MacVicar Hall, (315) 267-2047,