American Indian, First Nations, and Indigenous Studies prepares students for living in a multicultural and politically charged world. The historical and cultural base knowledge that you acquire about Native Americans lays the foundation for any job requiring cross-cultural and multi-cultural awareness.
The Department allows students to gain historical and cultural base knowledge of American Indians that is invaluable in areas such as social and political activism, law and politics, journalism, public relations, business or public administration.
The Department provides students with a strong liberal arts foundation from which to expand into a variety of careers, jobs, and fields of study.
- graduate study in American Indian Studies or other disciplines such as Basic or Applied research science
- professions in teaching and education
- entry level positions in business, medicine, or social work.