Indigenous Nations Studies

239 Parkmill (PKM)

  • Minor in Indigenous Nations Studies
  • B.A., B.S. in Indigenous Nations and Native American Studies

Indigenous Nations Studies (INST) is an interdisciplinary program with coursework drawn from emerging and Native scholars and interweaves Indigenous Ways of Knowing with elements from Anthropology, English, History, Public Administration, Social Work, and other departments and schools. The substantive focus of this curriculum is the sovereignty, scholarship and cultures of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and global Indigenous communities.

Degree Maps and Learning Outcomes

Admission requirements

Indigenous Nations Studies Minor

Indigenous Nations and Native American Studies B.A., B.S.

Indigenous Nations Studies Courses

Admission requirements

Admission to the program is based on general admission to the University. See Admissions Requirements for more information.