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Native American Science and Technology Concentration

Semester Requirements

College of Liberal Arts, Office of Student Services
(585) 475-2444, libarts@rit.edu

The Native American science and technology concentration enhances students’ understanding of the unique heritages of Native North Americans and their relationships with other peoples in the United States and Canada. Courses emphasize traditional ways of learning, modern and ancient technologies used by contemporary tribes, histories of relations, and Native American and First Nations science.

Electives—Choose three of the following:
0510-442 Cultures in Latin America
0510-446 Native North Americans
0510-448 Native Americans in Film
0510-450 Cultural Resource Management and Historic Preservation
0510-461 Native American Repatriation
0510-462 Language and Revitalization
0510-484 Islamic Culture/Middle East
0510-502 Archaeology and Human Past
0510-507 Archaeological Science
0510-511 Field Methods in Archaeology
0510-599 Independent Study: Field Experience with a Native American Tribe
0511-467 Economy of Native America
0526-441 GIS Applications