Undergraduate Certificate Requirements:
- All Applicants must be completing an undergraduate degree in any of the academic areas offered by CU Boulder.
- Students must maintain a C average (2.0) or better in all courses that count towards the certificate.
- Only 9 credits from students major or minor may be counted towards the certificate.
- The undergraduate certificate requires a total of 6 courses (18 credits)
- ETHN 1023 Introduction to Native American and Indigenous Studies
- ENGL 4717 Native American and Indigenous Studies Capstone Seminar
- Complete 4 elective courses from list of approved courses below (12 credits)
- At least two elective courses must be upperdivision (6 credits)
- Please see CU Boulder Catalog for complete list of approved courses.
*Any Independent study must be undertaken with a CNAIS core faculty member, and may be done when a student wishes to pursue an individualized course of study not normally offered in the NAIS course offers. Independent study is typically resevered for third- and fourth-year students.
Fall 2022 Elective Courses
|Introduction to Native American and Indigenous Studies||
|Exploring Global Cultural Diversity: The Andes||TBD
|Exploring a Non-Western Culture: The Maya||HALE 270
|Exploring Culture and Gender through Film||MUENZINGER E050
VISUAL ARTS COMPLEX 390
|Early American History to 1763||HELLEMS 241
|HIST 4217||The American West in the 19th Century||MUENZINGER E417
|ANTH 4020||Explorations in Anthropology: Mesoamerican Transitions||UNIVERSITY CLUB 13
|The Archaeology of Inequality||EKELEY E1B50
|ANTH 4919||Collections Research Practicum: Archaeology: Pueblo Archaeology||HENDERSON (MUSEUM) 212
*This is a working list of possible courses offered in these areas at CU Boulder. Please note, some courses listed on the catalog are taught by revolving faculty member who are not CNAIS affiiated. Catalog course content is subject to change from semester to semester. If you have questions regarding course sections please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org