American Indian Studies (B.A.)
Explore the cultures and experiences of American Indians, and prepare to thrive in a diverse world.
Build your skills as a critical thinker and effective communicator as you learn about the American Indian experience. In UND’s B.A. program in American Indian Studies, you’ll explore a variety of American Indian perspectives and cultures, histories and contemporary experiences.
- Program type:
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
- 120 (major), 21 (minor)
Why Study American Indian Studies at UND?
As an American Indian Studies major at UND, you'll learn to think critically, communicate effectively and apply your knowledge in complex situations — skills that are essential in nearly every career today. You'll gain a critical understanding of:
- Native cultures, experiences and histories
- The importance of Native voices and perspectives
- The wide variety of Native experiences through history and today
You'll join a close-knit group of students and faculty who are deeply engaged in research and service to the community — and you'll prepare for a dynamic career in a diverse world.