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Native American Studies

Students gain advanced comparative, interdisciplinary and hemispheric knowledge of Native American Studies--history; religion; philosophy; government; politics; society; art; music; women and gender studies; literature; environmental studies; and language and linguistics, as well as indigenous community development for autonomy and sovereignty; colonialism, racism and self-determination; and ethnohistory. Students graduate with the qualitative and quantitative skills necessary for professional research and teaching in Native American Studies or related disciplines; or for careers in tribal administration and education in museums and cultural centers, community development, and public policy.

Information

Program Address

Department of Native American Studies
2401 Hart Hall
One Shields Ave
Davis, CA 95616
Phone: 
(530) 752-3237
Fax: 
(530) 752-7097

Program Type

Departmentally-Based Graduate Program
Lead Dean: 
College of Letters and Science
Major Code: 
GNAS

Degree Requirements

Administrative ByLaws

Application Deadlines

General: 
Dec 1, 2017
Prospective Student Fellowship: 
Dec 1, 2017
Continuing Student Fellowship: 
Jan 15, 2018

Degrees Offered

M.A. Plan I
M.A. Plan II
Ph.D. Plan B

People

Graduate Program Coordinator

Program Chair

  • Department and Program Chair
  • Native American Studies
  • 07/01/2015

Academic Advisors

  • Advisor: Admissions Only
  • Native American Studies
  • 09/01/2016 to 08/31/2018
  • Advisor: Primary Contact
  • Native American Studies
  • 01/01/2017 to 08/31/2018

Student Affairs Officer in Graduate Studies