Native American Studies (NATV)

1150 [150]. Introduction to Native American Studies. (3)


2110 [250]. Sociopolitical Concepts in Native America. (3)


2140 [251]. Research Issues in Native America. (3)


252. The Native American Experience. (3)


255. Topics in Native American Studies. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)


300. Research Methods in Native American Contexts. (3)


305. Indigenous Self-Determination in Education. (3)


315. Language Recovery, Revitalization and Community Renewal. (3)


325. Tribal Government. (3)


326. Tribal Gaming. (3)


348. Native American Activism. (3)


351. Individual Study. (1-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ)


352. Internship. (1-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ)


385. Indigenous Worldviews. (3)


402 / 502. Education, Power and Indigenous Communities. (3)


*423. Self-Determination and Indigenous Human Rights. (3)


424 / 524. Principles of Leadership in Indigenous Contexts. (3)


*436. Environmental Ethics and Justice in Native America. (3)


*445. Politics of Identity. (3)


*450. Topics in Native American Studies. (1-3 to a maximum of 12 Δ)


*461. Community-Based Learning in Indigenous Contexts. (3)


*462. Native American Narrative. (3)


*474. Seminar: Applying Traditions of Native American Philosophy. (3)


*480. Building Native Nations: Community Revitalization, Culture, Decolonization, and Indigenous Thought. (3)


*486. Contemporary and Traditional Views on Indigenous Leadership. (3)


502 / 402. Education, Power and Indigenous Communities. (3)


522. Indigenous Community Approaches in Restorative Justice. (3)


524 / 424. Principles of Leadership in Indigenous Contexts. (3)


530. Gender and Indigenous Leadership. (3)


535. Issues in Contemporary Native Leadership. (3)


540. Indigenous Economies, Sustainability, and Environmental Protection. (3)


550. Indigenous Nations and Sustainable Communities Seminar. (3)


555. Native American Policy and Community Building. (3)


560. Research Method and Practice in Indigenous Scholarship. (3)


570. Indigenous Thought and Ethics. (3)


590. Project of Excellence. (3 or 6, may be repeated once Δ [6])


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