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People and Culture of Native Americans
NATIVE AM CUL
CLASS CODE: SOC 347 CREDITS:  3
DIVISION: EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT: SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL WORK
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

DESCRIPTION: This course will investigate the role of culture in all aspects of life of Native Americans, including political and historical perspectives, impact of geography, religion, art, medicine, folkways, customs, traditions, celebrations, and family life. Students will become aware and gain an appreciation of the diversity of life and society of the Native Americans.
TAUGHT: Winter, Fall odd years
CONTENT AND TOPICS: This course will investigate the role of culture in all aspects of life of Native Americans, including political and historical perspectives, impact of geography, religion, art, medicine, folkways, customs, traditions, celebrations, and family life.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: Students will gain knowledge of the role of culture in Native American life and the history of various Native American people.
Students will become aware and gain an appreciation of the diversity of life and society of the Native Americans.
REQUIREMENTS: Objective tests, reading text, reading and reviewing supplemental readings, in class presentation of reviews.
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EFFECTIVE DATE: August 2003