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Ojibwe Studies

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

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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.

 

 

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OJIBWE STUDENTS CERTIFICATE
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HIST  2406    Ojibwe History (3cr)

Student must choose 2 courses from the following list:
OJIB 1401   Beginning Ojibwe I (4cr)
OJIB 1402   Beginning Ojibwe II (4cr)
OJIB 2401   Intermediate Ojibwe I (4cr)
OJIB 2402   Intermediate Ojibwe II (4cr)

Student must choose 3 courses from the following list:
ANTH  2411    Culture of American Indians (3cr)
ARTS  2485    American Indian Art (3cr)
ENGL  2455    American Indian Literature (3cr)
HIST  2411    American Indian History (3cr)
OJIB  2500    Conversational Ojibwe (3cr)
POLS  2401    Federal Indian Policy (3cr)
Any Language course not taken above (4cr)

GRADUATION REQUIREMENT 20 CREDITS

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