American Indian Studies B.A. Program Learning Outcomes:
Through this program students will develop the capacity to successfully...
- summarize and analyze American Indian governance, sovereignty, and related law and policy emanating from tribal, settler, and international frameworks.
- articulate interdisciplinary appreciation of American Indian arts and literatures as expressions of American Indian culture, history, language, politics, and worldviews.
- explain the role of Native languages and cultures at the foundation of American Indian societies and worldviews.
- communicate through effective writing and interactive dialogue.
- trace the the past, present, and futures of American Indian peoples and of American Indian studies as a scholarly and professional terrain with broad applicability and relevance.
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For detailed degree requirement information, consult the AIS major's catalog listing.