Native American Studies Minor
The Native American Studies Program has four primary goals:
- to offer a comprehensive academic program in Native American Studies for both Native American and non-Native students;
- to provide increased awareness of and appreciation for the rich cultural heritage, knowledge, and contributions of Native Americans in the United States;
- to contribute actively to increased multicultural awareness and appreciation at MSU Billings and throughout the region; and
- to cooperate with other MSU Billings programs in providing a supportive environment for Native American students.
|NASX 105||Intro Native American Studies *||3|
|NASX 205||Native Americans in Contmp Soc *||3|
|NASX 332||MT Indians:Cltrs,Hist & Issues||3|
|Select at least 3 credits chosen from the following:||3|
|Restricted Elective Courses|
|Select at least nine credits from among the following courses chosen in consultation with the Native American Studies staff/advisor:||9|
|American Indian Art|
|Native American Literature|
|Native Americans & Environment|
|Federal Indian Law|
|Hist of American Indian Women|
|Federal Indian Policy|
Other appropriate courses in areas related to Native American Studies
|The total number of elective credits required for the minor will be determined by the number of courses a student elects to take which fulfill both the General Education requirements and the minor requirements. Electives should be chosen in consultation with an academic advisor.|
|Total Minimum Credits||21|
May satisfy General Education requirements.
Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.