The curriculum in the Applied Indigenous Studies (AIS) major covers tribal histories and cultures, federal policies, and contemporary reservation conditions. Through classroom education and traditional tribal knowledge, you will gain the tools you need to work effectively within indigenous tribal communities.
So what can I do with an AIS degree?
Here are some career examples from past graduates:
- coordinator of communications on reservations
- tribal enterprises
- museum/exhibit specialists
- graduate school
We offer three AIS bachelor’s degrees:
- AIS Applied Indigenous Studies Minor
- AIS Interdisciplinary Indigenous Health Studies Minor
- AIS Native American Studies Minor
- AIS Tribal Public Administration