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Ojibwe Studies Certificate

About the Department

Ojibwe Studies focuses on the language, history and culture of the Ojibwe within the context of the American Indian experience.

Students in this program may earn a certificate that will prepare them to enrich their knowledge of the Ojibwe people of the central Minnesota region.

Department Information

Department Description

Department Description: Ojibwe Studies focuses on the language, history and culture of the Ojibwe within the context of the American Indian experience.

Special Department Information

 

Special Department Information: Students in this program may earn a certificate that will prepare them to enrich their knowledge of the Ojibwe people of the central Minnesota region.

OJIBWE STUDIES CERTIFICATE

Program Course Requirements

HIST 2406 Ojibwe History (3 cr)

Student must choose 2 courses from the following list:

OJIB 1401  Beginning Ojibwe I (4 cr)

OJIB 1402  Beginning Ojibwe II (4 cr)

OJIB 2401  Intermediate Ojibwe I (4 cr)

OJIB 2402  Intermediate Ojibwe II (4 cr)

Student must choose 3 courses from the following list:

ANTH 2411  Culture of American Indians (3 cr)

ARTS 2485  American Indian Art (3 cr)

ENGL 2455  American Indian Literature (3 cr)

HIST 2411  American Indian History (3 cr)

OJIB 2500  Conversational Ojibwe (3 cr)

POLS 2401  Federal Indian Policy (3 cr)

Any Language course not taken above (4 cr)

GRADUATION REQUIREMENT – 20 CREDITS

Instructors

Dr. Anton Tony TreuerDr. Anton ‘Tony’ Treuer
Dr. Anton ‘Tony’ Treuer is a professor of Ojibwe Studies at Bemidji State University, author, cultural trainer and one of the leading Ojibwe instructors in the country. He started teaching at CLC via ITV in spring 2017. Treuer is the editor of the Oshkaabewis Native Journal and has won 40-plus prestigious leadership awards and fellowships including: American Philosophical Society, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Science Foundation, Bush Foundation, and John Simon Guggenheim Foundation.
His equity, education and cultural work has put him on the path of service around the region, nation and the world.

Employment Statistics

For more information regarding employment statistics, career salary information and estimated job growth, follow the resource links below:

https://apps.deed.state.mn.us/lmi/ces/
http://www.bls.gov/ooh/home.htm
http://www.iseek.org/jobs/jobmarket.html

Gainful Employment – Ojibwe Studies Certificate

 
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