American Indian Studies

Academic Level
Graduate, Undergraduate
Semester, Summer

American Indian studies is dedicated to advancing awareness and understanding of the histories and contemporary experiences of American Indian people. You’ll gain a broad understanding of cross-cultural and diversity issues and an expertise in American Indian affairs, cultural diversity, and minority perspectives. The program focuses on the native peoples of the United States and Canada, but also draws on the experiences of indigenous peoples from other parts of the world.

Student Groups

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  • Circle of Indigenous Nations (COIN)
  • American Indian Student Cultural Center (AISCC)
  • Canoe Rising

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  • Undergraduate-level classes are 1000-4000. Graduate-level classes are 5000-7000.

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