Course Offerings


Students should check the class schedule each semester under both Native American studies and the relevant departments for course offerings.

Spring 2014

ANTH 290 - Bones of Contention
CNS 101- Intro to Canada
ENVS 253 - Race, Class & Environ Justice
GS 102 - Intro GSII: Race Culture & Identity
HIST 103 - US to 1877
HIST 229 - Intro Native American History
HIST 352 -  Playing Indian
PCA 322 - Native American Oral Tradition (taught in spring semester even numbered years)

Fall 2014

ANTH-3001 Aztecs, Incas, and Mayas
BIOL 412 – Cross-Cultural Healing
BIOL 4001 – Medical Plants w/ Lab
ENG 263 – Native American Fiction
CLAS 228 - Latin American Politics
CLAS 321 - Colonial Latin America
CNS 101 - Intro to Canada
ENVS 101 - Intro to Environmental Studies
GS 102 - Intro to GS II:  Race, Culture, Identity
HIST 103 - US to 1877
HIST 233 - Colonial Latin America

Course offerings (may not be offered each semester)

ANTHROPOLOGY
  ANTH 201 Human Origins
  ANTH 248 Black Indians
  ANTH 255 Environmental Perception and Indigenous Knowledge

BIOLOGY
  BIOL 250 Ethnobotany
  BIOL 348 Medicinal Plant Ecology
  BIOL 380 Tropical Ecology

ENGLISH
  ENG 263 Native American Fiction

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
  ENVS 302 Issues in Air Pollution
  ENVS 261 Sustainable Agriculture

GLOBAL STUDIES
  GS 102 Race, Culture, and Identity
  GS 250  La Frontera
  GS 260 Migration, Nationalism, Transnationalism: Cultural Identity in the US/Mexican Border
  GS 302 Cultural Studies

GOVERNMENT
  GOV 270  SPTP: American Politics: Native American Government
  GOV 273  SPTP: Comparative Politics: Native American Government & Public Policy

HISTORY
  HIST 103  US History to 1877
  HIST 229  Introduction to Native American History
  HIST 251  British-French North America, 1606-1787
  HIST 333  American Revolution
  HIST 351  Iroquois History
  HIST 352  Playing Indian

PERFORMANCE & COMMUNICATION ARTS
  PCA 322 Native American Oral Traditions (taught in spring semester even numbered years)