Native American History
HIST 378 - Native American History3 hours This course introduces students to the complex and rich culture, history, and worldview of Native American peoples. The course will address the period from the ancient civilizations of North America to the European/Native American contact as well as life for native peoples under the aegis of the United States. There will be a special focus upon the tribes of the arid Southwest, the woodland peoples of the Northeast, the agricultural societies of the Southeast, and the roving bands of the plains.This course may be applied to the United States History concentration.Listed also as AMST 378 .
Prerequisite(s): ENGL 102 or consent of department.This course will satisfy the history core area and multicultural core requirements.