Metropolitan State University

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Course Equivalents for ETHS 232 at Metropolitan State University in

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Minneapolis Community and Technical College
AMIS 1000 - Native America - 3 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Human Diversity (07)
This class focuses on the historical and contemporary cultures and issues of American Indians on this continent with special focus on Minnesota. You will learn about the earliest cultures in America, clashes with European contact, resistance movements, and legislation and policies. There will be special emphasis on the Ojibwe and Dakota nations. You will also learn about cultural contributions (such as music, literature, agriculture, dance and spirituality) and contemporary issues within Native America. You will develop critical thinking, writing, and speaking skills and apply these skills to specific course content. You will be given opportunities for civic engagement within the local Native American community.
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St. Cloud State University
ETHS 310 - American Indians in the Social Science Curriculum (Diversity/RIS) - 3 credits
Human Diversity (07)
Historical, political, social, cultural, and specifically educational information about Minnesota's tribal communities. Meets Racial Issues and Social Science licensing requirement. 3 Cr. S, SUM.
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