2011-2013 Undergraduate Catalog

The College of Education, cont'd

Indian Education for All (IEFA)

The State of Montana requires licensed personnel to have instruction pertaining to the history, traditions, customs, values, beliefs, ethics, and contemporary affairs of American Indians, particularly Indian tribal groups in Montana.  While one three-credit course is a teacher education requirement, IEFA is infused throughout the program.

Teachers of Native American Studies

Licensed teachers with any endorsement may teach Native American Studies classes if they have 10 credits of Native American Studies courses.  The following courses are recommended:

Requirements Credits
*NASX 105 Introduction to Native American Studies 3
*NASX 205 Native Americans in Contemporary Society 3
NASX 304 Native American Beliefs and Philosophy 3
NASX 332 Montana Indians:  Cultures, Histories, Current Issues 3
NASX 340/LIT 305 Native American Literature 3
NASX 379 Federal Indian Law 3
NASX/ARTH 439 American Indian Art 3
*May satisfy General Education requirements.

 

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