NASA: The Native American Student Alliance
Advisors: Clint Sago, Lori Knight, Sheree Richey, Steven Woods
The purpose of this organization is to promote a better understanding of native people and their cultures. NASA hosts various programs on campus. Each spring NASA hosts the Red Fork Native American Film Festival & Powwow. Membership is open to all interested TCC students.
Liberal Arts - Native American Studies Option
This emphasis is designed to meet the educational needs of both Native American and non-Native American students. Native American Studies (NAMS) courses focus upon the diverse world-views expressed in Native American cultures, spiritualities, histories, oral traditions, and literatures
Program Requirements can be found here.
Native American Studies Classes:
|• NAMS 2013 - Images of Indians in American Culture (H)|
|• NAMS 2113 - Native American Cultures (H)|
|• NAMS 2213 - Native American Spiritualities (H)|
|• NAMS 2223 - Native American Philosophies|
|• NAMS 2313 - Native American Literature, Drama, and Film (H)|
|• NAMS 2343 - Native American History (H)|
|• NAMS 2513 - Native American Law|
|• NAMS 2613 - Native American Art|
|• NAMS 2990 - Selected Topics in Native American Studies|
For More Information Contact: Humanities/Native American Studies Program, School of Liberal Arts and Communications, Metro Campus: (918)-595-7064.
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