American Indian Studies

B.A. with a Major in American Indian Studies A (AIS as second major)

B.A. with a Major in American Indian Studies B (four years; even year freshman enrollment)

B.A. with a Major in American Indian Studies C (four years; uneven year freshman enrollment)

B.A. with a Major in American Indian Studies A (AIS as second major)

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
SummerCredits
Essential Studies/First Major/Electives 6
 Credits6
Fall
Essential Studies/First Major/Electives 15
 Credits15
Spring
Essential Studies/First Major/Electives 15
 Credits15
Sophomore Year
Summer
First Major/Essential Studies/Electives 6
 Credits6
Fall
First Major/Essential Studies/Electives 15
 Credits15
Spring
First Major/Essential Studies/Electives 15
 Credits15
Junior Year
Summer
Recommended: Internship (IS 430) or Elective/First Major/Essential Studies 3
 Credits3
Fall
Elective/First Major/Essential Studies 3
IS 121
Introduction to American Indian Studies
or American Indians and Tradition
or American Indians and Culture
3
IS 230 Approaches to Native Cultures 3
IS 360 Oral Traditions in American Indian Cultures 3
 Credits12
Spring
Electives/First Major/Essential Studies 12
IS 348 Beyond the Reservation 3
 Credits15
Senior Year
Fall
Electives/First Major/Essential Studies 9
IS 240 Research and Writing in Indian Studies 3
 Credits12
Spring
Electives/First Major/Essential Studies/ 6
IS 395 Ethnohistory of North America 3
IS 410 Indigenous Identities 3
 Credits12
 Total Credits126

This is an example of a course of study leading to a BA in American Indian Studies. Plans of courses differ between even and uneven years. Please visit with an American Indian Studies faculty member to determine a personalized plan. Students need to satisfy all published Essential Studies requirements. To determine how to best fulfill these requirements and the electives requirements in the American Indian Studies major, students should visit with an American Indian Studies faculty member. ^^ Please Note: Every student must fulfill all University, Departmental, and Essential Studies requirements. Essential Studies requirements are found at http://und.edu/academics/essential-studies/requirements.cfm


 

B.A. with a Major in American Indian Studies B (four years; even year freshman enrollment)

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
SummerCredits
Elective/Essential Studies/Second Major 6
 Credits6
Fall
IS 121
Introduction to American Indian Studies
or American Indians and Tradition
or American Indians and Culture
3
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 12
 Credits15
Spring
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 15
 Credits15
Sophomore Year
Summer
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 6
 Credits6
Fall
American Indian Studies elective 3
IS 240 Research and Writing in Indian Studies 3
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 6
 Credits12
Spring
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 12
IS 395 Ethnohistory of North America 3
 Credits15
Junior Year
Summer
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 3
 Credits3
Fall
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 9
IS 230 Approaches to Native Cultures 3
IS 360 Oral Traditions in American Indian Cultures 3
 Credits15
Spring
Elective/Essential Studies/Second Major 12
IS 348 Beyond the Reservation 3
 Credits15
Senior Year
Fall
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 12
 Credits12
Spring
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 9
IS 410 Indigenous Identities 3
 Credits12
 Total Credits126

This is an example of a course of study leading to a BA in American Indian Studies. Please visit with an American Indian Studies faculty member to determine a personalized plan. Students need to satisfy all published Essential Studies requirements. To determine how to best fulfill these requirements and the electives requirements in the American Indian Studies major, students should visit with an American Indian Studies faculty member. ^^ Please Note: Every student must fulfill all University, Departmental, and Essential Studies requirements. Essential Studies requirements are found at http://und.edu/academics/essential-studies/requirements.cfm


B.A. with a Major in American Indian Studies C (four years; uneven year freshman enrollment)

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
SummerCredits
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 6
 Credits6
Fall
IS 121
Introduction to American Indian Studies
or American Indians and Tradition
or American Indians and Culture
3
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 12
 Credits15
Spring
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 15
 Credits15
Sophomore Year
Summer
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 6
 Credits6
Fall
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 12
IS 230 Approaches to Native Cultures 3
 Credits15
Spring
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 12
IS 348 Beyond the Reservation 3
 Credits15
Junior Year
Summer
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 3
 Credits3
Fall
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 9
IS 240 Research and Writing in Indian Studies 3
 Credits12
Spring
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 9
IS 395 Ethnohistory of North America 3
IS 410 Indigenous Identities 3
 Credits15
Senior Year
Fall
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 9
IS 360 Oral Traditions in American Indian Cultures 3
 Credits12
Spring
Electives/Essential Studies/Second Major 12
 Credits12
 Total Credits126

This is an example of a course of study leading to a BA in American Indian Studies. Please visit with an American Indian Studies faculty member to determine a personalized plan. Students need to satisfy all published Essential Studies requirements. To determine how to best fulfill these requirements and the electives requirements in the American Indian Studies major, students should visit with an American Indian Studies faculty member. ^^ Please Note: Every student must fulfill all University, Departmental, and Essential Studies requirements. Essential Studies requirements are found at http://und.edu/academics/essential-studies/requirements.cfm

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