Minor Requirements


The Minor in American Indian Studies

If interested, contact your undergraduate advisor. Must declare the minor prior to the semester of graduation.

Requirements for the American Indian Studies Minor
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You must complete: 18 hours from at least three disciplines; 12 hours must be upper-division.*

  • AMIS 2013   Introduction to American Indian Studies (3 hrs)

You must also take nine (9) hours from:

  • AMIS 4013    American Indian Sovereignty
  • AMIS 3713    Native American Entrepreneurship
  • ART 4763      Native American Art & Material Culture
  • ENGL 3183   Native American Literature
  • ENGL 4330   Studies in Native American Literature
  • FLL 1000       Mvskoke Language and Culture
  • GEOG 3243  Geography of Indian Country
  • HIST 3793     Native American History

The following courses may also be used as part of the 9 credit core requirements with permission from the faculty coordinator:

  • ENGL 3813   Readings in the American Experience
  • ENGL 3153   Readings in Literature by Women
  • HIST 3093    Historical Geography of North America to 1800
  • HIST 4103    Historical Geography of North America since 1800
  • HIST 2323     Oklahoma History
  • HIST 3753     History of the Trans-Mississippi West
  • HIST 4453     History and Film
  • HIST 4980     Topics in History
  • PSYC 4880    Senior Honors Thesis
  • PSYC 4990    Special Problems (Research)

Plus six (6) hours from the above list or:

  • ART 3733        History of Latin America
  • GEOG 3703    Geography of Oklahoma
  • HIST 4523       American Environmental History
  • HIST 3763       History of the American Southwest
  • MGMT 4213    Managing Diversity in the Workplace
  • MUSI 3583      Traditional World Music
  • EEE 3033        Women & Minority Entrepreneurship
  • PHIL 3623       Philosophy of Race
  • PSYC 4163      Psychology of Prejudice & Discrimination
  • SOC 3133        Racial & Ethnic Relations
  • SOC 3213        American Society & Culture

*No grade below "C"

The interdisciplinary curriculum is built around the following concentration areas:

  • Art
  • History
  • Language
  • English/Literature
  • Sociology
  • Geography
  • Psychology
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management
  • Music

 

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