University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
Connecting Learning to Life
2006-2007

 






First Nations Studies - Requirements for the Minor

Supporting Courses, 6 credits

  • FNS 225 Introduction to First Nation Studies: The Tribal World, 3 credits
  • FNS 226 Introduction to First Nation Studies: First Nations Social Justice, 3 credits

Upper-Level Courses, 15 credits

Minimum of 3 credits and maximum of 6 credits:

  • FNS 391 American Indian Seminar, 3 credits

Repeatable seminar has variable topics such as: American Indian Women, American Indian Environmental Justice, Contemporary Issues in Indian Country, Repatriation, Tribal Government Administration, American Indian Law, and American Indian Social Welfare

Policy Requirement, 3 credits, choose one course:

  • FNS 392 First Nations Justice and Tribal Governments, 3 credits
  • FNS 393 First Nations and Educational Policy, 3 credits

Electives, choose 6 to 9 credits from:

  • FNS 301 Oneida Language I, 3 credits
  • FNS 302 Oneida Language II, 3 credits
  • FNS 303 Oneida Language III, 3 credits
  • FNS 304 Oneida Language IV, 3 credits
  • FNS 336 American Ethnic Literature: American Indian Writers, 3 credits
  • FNS 372 Indigenous Nations Oral and Storytelling Traditions, 3 credits
  • FNS 374 Wisconsin First Nations Ethnohistory, 3 credits
  • FNS 385 Perspectives on Human Values: First Nations, 3 credits
  • FNS 392 First Nations Justice and Tribal Governments, 3 credits
  • FNS 393 First Nations and Educational Policy, 3 credits
  • FNS 399 Elder Knowledge and Epistemology: Oral Tradition, 3 credits
  • FNS 497 Internship in First Nation Studies, 1-12 credits
  • FNS 498 Independent Study in First Nation Studies, 1-4 credits (requires approval of American Indian Studies adviser)
First Nation Studies Program
Course Descriptions