Native American Studies - Undergraduate Minor

Students must pass a total of 18 credits of which at least 9 must be upper division. There are three required courses for the minor: NATV 1150G: Introduction to Native American Studies, NATV 4110: Native American Women, and NATV 2120: Native American Experience. A grade of C- or better must be obtained for each course. Students may count S grades only in courses in which all grades are S/U, and no more than 6 hours of S credit can be accepted. Please contact Dr. Georgina Badoni ( regarding the minor.

Prefix Title Credits
Required Courses 1
NATV 1150GIntroduction to Native American Studies 3
NATV 4110Native American Women3
NATV 2120Native American Experience3
Choose 3 more courses from this list: 29
An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States 3
Native American Visual Culture3
Introduction to Borderlands and Ethnic Studies3
Borderlands and Ethnic Studies Histories3
Testimonios from the Borderlands3
Borderlands Representations3
Native American Education3
Federal Indian Policy3
Indigenizing Methodologies in Native American Studies3
Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies3
Introduction to Africana Studies3
Special Topics (American Indian Health)3
Public Policy & Indigenous Communities3
Native American Politics3
Native American History3
Race, Crime and Justice3
Total Credits18

Course substitutions require approval of the Director of the Native American Studies minor, Dr. Georgina Badoni


9 credits of the overall 18 credits must be upper division.