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Undergraduate Programs

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    2019 AIS Graduation

Bachelors Degree in American Indian Studies

The AIS major is an open major: students with a cumulative UW GPA of at least 2.0 can declare the major at any time. A bachelors degree prepares students for a variety of careers, including community-based and university-based research; cultural resource management; education; writing; fundraising; tribal administration; academic advising and administration; museum curation; resource management; and many other careers. 

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BA in American Indian Studies

Minor in American Indian Studies

There are no admission requirements and no prerequisites for the American Indian Studies minor. Any undergraduate student with at least sophomore standing (45 credits completed) who is officially declared in any major may declare this minor with his or her major adviser's permission. 25 credits less than the major.

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Minor in American Indian Studies

Minor in Oceania & Pacific Islander Studies

The OPIS Minor offers students an opportunity to learn about the histories and contemporary cultures of Oceania through academic coursework and community experiences. The OPIS curriculum is multidisciplinary, comparative, and designed to increase students’ critical and transformative thinking about all aspects of knowledge and practice related to Oceania. 

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Minor in Oceania & Pacific Islander Studies Minor

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