Minor - Native American Studies
The interdisciplinary minor in Native American Studies gives students a deeper knowledge of the rich cultural heritage of our continent's indigenous peoples. The minor provides students an opportunity to learn about the historical and contemporary struggles and achievements of Native Americans. Over the years our students have had the opportunity to work and study in collaboration with the Muwekma Ohlone, the Paiute, and other descendant communities. The Native American minor is particulary well suited for those seeking careers in heritage management or government.
University Graduation Requirements
To be awarded a minor, at least 12 units of coursework must be completely distinct and separate from the coursework in the major (University Policy S16-4).
|Requirements of the Minor||18|
|ANTH 164. North America before 1492||3|
|Complete two courses from:|
|AMS 159. Nature and World Cultures||V||3|
|ANTH 162. Inca, Aztec and Maya Civilization||3|
|ANTH 175. Anthropology of Native America||3|
|ANTH 176. Indians of California||3|
|Complete three courses from:|
|ANTH 129. Environmental Anthropology||3|
|ANTH 146. Culture and Conflict||V||3|
|ANTH 156. Bioarchaeology||3|
|ANTH 165. Historical Archaeology||3|
|ARTH 182A. Art of the Americas||3|
|COMM 174. Intercultural Comm & Struct Inequality||S||3|
|HIST 181. Advanced Topics in American History||4|
|HIST 189A. California History to 1900||US3||4|
|MAS 105. Chicanos: United States/Mexico Relations||3|
|SOCI 162. Race and Ethnic Relations||S||3|
|WOMS 020. Women of Color in the US||D2||3|
After consultation with an advisor, experimental courses (ANTH 195) may be used to fulfill minor requirements.