The interdepartmental, inter-faculty minor in Native American Studies is designed to promote cultural awareness of the unique heritage and significant contributions of the first Americans.
Native American Studies is an interdisciplinary program whose courses are based in a variety of academic areas, as indicated below.
|ANT303||Indians of North America||3|
|ANT305||Cultures of South America||3|
|ANT312||North American Archaeology||3|
|ANT314||New York State Archaeology||3|
|ANT434||Archaeological Field School||9|
|ECO418||Economics of Development||3|
|HIS303||The Empire State||3|
|HIS308||Indians of New York State||3|
|HIS309||Indians of the United States||3|
|HIS310||Indians of the Eastern Woodlands||3|
|SOC220||Social Inequality in the United States||3|
|SOC315||Race and Ethnicity||3|
Native American Studies Selected Topic courses will also contribute toward the minor.
NAS193. NAS Selected Topic. 1-3 Credits.
Selected topics courses are regularly scheduled courses that focus on a particular topic of interest. Descriptions are printed in the Schedule of Classes each semester. Selected topics courses may be used as elective credit and may be repeated for credit, provided that the topic of the course changes.