Course Descriptions

NAS Course Catalog/New Numbering System

Graduate and Undergraduate

NAS and Affiliated Courses

Note: 

The new numbers are listed first. The old number is in parentheses following the title.

Key:

  • First Number = Level
  • Second Number = Emphasis
  • 0 = Core
  • 1-2 = Cultural Knowledge, Language, History
  • 3-4 = Tribal Governance and Policy
  • 5-6 = Indigenous Media and Arts
  • 9 = Special Topics and Variable Credit
  • Last Number = Credit Hours

NAS Core Courses

 

  • NAS 1013: Introduction to Native American Studies (1013)
  • NAS 2013: Foundations of Native American Sovereignty (2003: Foundations)
  • NAS 3013: Internship (4920)
  • NAS 4023:
  • NAS 4033: Research Methods
  • NAS 4043: Sovereignty, Law, and Policy (NAS 4803)
  • NAS 4053: Senior Capstone (4013)
  • NAS 4063: Critical Indigenous Theory
  • NAS 5033: Research Methods (5973)
  • NAS 5043: Sovereignty, Law, and Policy (NAS 5803)
  • NAS 5053:
  • NAS 5063: Critical Indigenous Theory (5103: Interdisciplinary Seminar)

NAS Area of Emphasis: Cultural Knowledge, Language, and History

  • CHER 1715: Beginning Cherokee
  • CHER 1725: Beginning Cherokee Continued
  • CHER 2733: Intermediate Cherokee
  • CHOC 1715: Beginning Choctaw
  • CHOC 1725: Beginning Choctaw Continued
  • CHOC 2733: Intermediate Choctaw
  • CREK 1715: Beginning Creek
  • CREK 1725: Beginning Creek Continued
  • CREK 2733: Intermediate Creek
  • CREK: XXXX: Advanced Creek
  • KIOW 1715: Beginning Kiowa
  • KIOW 1725: Beginning Kiowa Continued
  • KIOW 2733: Intermediate Kiowa
  • NAS 3113: Native American Philosophy (3113)
  • NAS 3123: Gender and Sexuality in North America (3503)
  • NAS 4113: Oklahoma Tribal History (4313)
  • NAS 4123:
  • NAS 4133: Tribal Historic Preservation (4313)
  • NAS 4970: Intro to Language Documentation and Revitalization
  • ANTH 2613: Native Peoples of North America
  • ANTH 3503: Oklahoma Pre-history
  • ANTH 3713: Native American Artistic Traditions
  • ANTH 4653: Ethnology of the Southwest
  • ANTH 4663: Native Peoples of the Plains
  • ANTH 4693: Native Peoples of the Southeast
  • ANTH 4873: Desert Cultures of North America
  • GEOG: 4563: American Indian Geographies
  • HIST 3633: American Indian to 1870
  • HIST 3643: American Indian 1870 to present
  • NAS 5113: Oklahoma Tribal History (5303)
  • NAS 5123:
  • NAS 5133: Tribal Historical Preservation (5313)
  • Any graduate course approved by the NAS Graduate Liaison or Department Chair

NAS Area of Emphasis: Tribal Governance and Policy

 

  • NAS 3313: Introduction to Native Peoples and Sustainability (3403)
  • NAS 3323: Tribal Service Learning (3953)
  • NAS 4313:
  • NAS 4323:
  • NAS 4333: American Indian Health Issues and Concerns (4833)
  • NAS 4343: American Indian Education Policy and Development (4913)
  • NAS 4353: Introduction to Tribal Economic Development (4933)
  • NAS 4363: Tribal Governance and Leadership (4413)
  • ANTH 3453: Contemporary Native American Issues
  • ANTH 3743: American Indian Justice
  • ENGL 4033: Indigenous Political Writing
  • NAS 5313:
  • NAS 5323:
  • NAS 5333: American Indian Health (New Class)
  • NAS 5343: American Indian Education Policy and Development (New Class)
  • NAS 5353: Introduction to Tribal Economic Development (5933)
  • NAS 5363: Tribal Governance and Leadership (5413)
  • Any graduate course approved by the NAS Graduate Liaison or Department Chair

NAS Area of Emphasis: Indigenous Media and Arts

  • NAS 3513: Native American Film (3333)
  • NAS 4513: Native Cultural Aesthetics and the Heritage Industry (5023)
  • NAS 4523: Contemporary Native American Artist (4693)
  • NAS 4533: Contemporary Native American Artist II (4893)
  • NAS 4543: Understanding Native American Art of Today (4993)
  • A HI 3803: Pre-Columbian art
  • A HI 4803: NA Indian Prehistoric Art
  • A HI 4823: 20th Century American Indian Art
  • ENGL 2733: American Indian Literature, Early
  • ENGL 2743: American Indian Literature, Modern
  • ENGL 3253: American Indian Literature, Topic
  • ENGL 3353: American Indian Nonfiction
  • ENGL 4343: Indian in Popular Culture
  • MUNM 3213: Native American Music
  • NAS 5513: Native Cultural Aesthetics and the Heritage Industry (5023)
  • Any graduate course approved by the NAS Graduate Liaison or Department Chair

NAS Variable Credit Courses

  • NAS 3960: Honors Reading
  • NAS 3970: Honors Seminar
  • NAS 3980: Honors Research
  • NAS 3990: Independent Study
  • NAS 4960: Directed Reading
  • NAS 4970: Special Topics
  • NAS 4990: Independent Study
  • NAS 5920: Practicum
  • NAS 5960: Directed Reading
  • NAS 5970: Special Topics
  • NAS 5990: Independent Study