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Native American Studies Minor
Susan Stebbins, Department of Anthropology
246 MacVicar Hall, (315) 267-2047, firstname.lastname@example.org
18 credit hours required.
The study of indigenous peoples of the Americas – their prehistory, history and cultures – is the focus of courses taught. 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.