Explore the cultures and experiences of Indigenous peoples, and prepare to thrive in a diverse world.
Build your skills as a critical thinker and effective communicator as you learn about the Native American experience. With an American Indian Studies degree, you’ll explore a variety of Indigenous perspectives and cultures, histories and contemporary experiences.
- Program type:
- On Campus
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
- 120 (B.A.), 21 (minor)
Why earn a bachelor's in American Indian studies?
American Indian Studies at UND
Engage in research through independent study courses.
Take on a real-world internships and get involved in service learning.
Join the UND Indian Association and participate in activities like a film festival and an annual week-long series of events centering on the American Indian experience.
Form connections with dedicated faculty and receive guidance to help you achieve your academic and professional goals.
Learn to promote and encourage communication about culture as a member of the Indian Studies Association.
UND is the only school in North Dakota's University System to offer a bachelor's degree in American Indian/Native American studies.
What can you do with an American Indian Studies degree?
American Indian Studies Degree Courses
Lead Your Way
Learn to promote cultural diversity and traditions through coursework and campus events.