SOCI 248

American Indian Studies Policy (SOCI 248)

American Indian Studies Policy

Credits Contact Hours
3.0 3.0

Course Description

Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in ENGL 115 or satisfactory test score, concurrent enrollment allowed. This omnibus course discusses dimensions of Native American identity as delineated through demography and history, society and culture, religion and education, politics and economics. Particular attention is given to interpreting Native sovereignty and self-governance as developed in relationship with U.S. national and state authorities. To close, the class will undertake comparative analysis, referencing the indigenous peoples of Alaska and Hawaii, Latin America, and across the world. [Semesters Offered: Spring of even number years]

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Day Time Campus Method Building
01/25/2021 - 05/14/2021 04:00 PM - 05:00 PM Dowagiac Hybrid Foster W Daugherty Building-710

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The information shown below is a guide to provide a general idea of course availability and is not meant to be used to plan your full schedule. Information may vary slightly from what is listed. For full course details please use the more robust course search in SMC Wired or consult an academic advisor.