A masters program with a concentration in American Indian Policy was inaugurated in 1979 in the Political Sciences Department and subsequently, an interdisciplinary Master's Degree in American Indian Studies, the first of its kind in the nation, was formally approved in 1982.
The master's program offers opportunities for advanced study in all four concentration areas:
- American Indian law and policy
- American Indian societies and cultures
- American Indian literature
- American Indian education
Read the M.A. Guidelines to learn more.