American Indian Studies (AIS) provides an interdisciplinary and broad understanding of American Indians, especially the Dakota, and their respective ways of life int he past, present and future. AIS welcomes all students - Native and non-Native to pursue knowledge of American Indian cultures, languages, histories, politics, media and other topics. The AIS program will prepare students to pursue graduate studies and careers located in tribal communities or in ethnically diverse settings. Incorporating Indigenous perspectives into the curriculum, AIS facilitates a space whereby American Indian world views will be an enduring and integral part of the diverse intllectual catmosphere at the University.
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