American Indian Studies (Visual and Oral Culture), MS

The MS in American Indian studies is a transdisciplinary program that results in an intellectual and practical understanding of the issues facing American Indian populations and the ability to apply that knowledge. Students gain problem-solving skills in a range of professional arenas, including governmental, private and nonprofit agencies. The program focuses on the languages, cultures, arts, activism, histories, legal policy and education from an American Indian studies perspective. Delivery is through in-person courses.

The visual and oral culture concentration explores and contributes to American Indian culture and history as it exists in visual, material and written forms through creative writing, literature, poetry, film, photography, performing arts, digital arts, oral tradition, and history and communication from an American Indian studies paradigm.

Degree Offered

American Indian Studies (Visual and Oral Culture), MS
Liberal Arts & Sciences, College of


Plan of Study

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