The NAS Program
Native American Studies is an option of academic emphasis in the Social Sciences Division. Students take courses in areas of Native American history, philosophy, literature, sovereignty, and contemporary issues. The NAS option requires a minimum of 12 hours in Native American Studies courses in addition to other requirements for the Associate Degree. Most Rose State Native American Studies courses are transferable to other Oklahoma institutions of higher education. Program requirements (PDF)
NOTE: Special Topics allows students to study a myriad of topics suited to their individual needs and interests, such as Contemporary Native American Issues, Indian Health and Education, Native American Film, Gaming, and Federal Indian Law, to name a few.
For more information on this program, call (405) 733-7413.