First Nations Studies: Requirements for the Major

Interdisciplinary Major

Supporting Courses, (9 credits):

Required:

FNS 225: Introduction to First Nations Studies: The Tribal World (3 credits)

FNS 226: Introduction to First Nations Studies: Social Justice (3 credits)

Oral Emphasis, (One (1) of These):

FNS 216: Native American Landscapes:Imagined and Lived Spaces (3 credits)

FNS 224: American Indian Tribal Religion (3 credits)

Upper-Level Courses, (27 credits):

Minimum of 3 credits and maximum of 6 credits:

FNS 391: First Nations Studies Seminar (3 credits)

First Nations Policy, (One (1) of These):

FNS 392: First Nations Justice and Tribal Governments (3 credits)

FNS 393: First Nations and Education Policy (3 credits)

Oral Emphasis, (12 credits) - Complete one of the following options:

Option 1: Oneida Language Project

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)

Option 2:

FNS 399: First Nations Studies Oral Tradition Concentration (3-12 credits)

Option 3:

FNS 301: Oneida Language I (3 credits)

FNS 399: First Nations Studies Oral Tradition Concentration (3-12 credits)

Electives, (choose 9 credits):

Note: HUM STUD 350 should cover Indigenous Intellectuals.

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 (3 credits)

FNS 360: Women and Gender in First Nations Communities (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 Education Policy (3 credits)

FNS 399: First Nations Studies Oral Tradition Concentration (3-12 credits)

FNS 497: Internship (1-12 credits)

FNS 498: Independent Study (1-4 credits)

FNS 299: Travel Course (1-4 credits)

FNS 499: Travel Course (1-6 credits)

HUM STUD 350: Interdisciplinary Study of Great Works (1-3 credits)

EDUC 795: American Indian Studies Summer Institute, 3 credits