The Native American Studies at Dartmouth College faculty consists of scholar-teachers with a broad range of expertise from diverse backgrounds, including Native faculty members from the United States and Canada and non-Native faculty from the United States, Russia, and Britain. The Native American Studies Program attracts a varied body of students who bring their own perspectives to the classroom setting. Our students build upon their individual experiences and understandings in a shared learning environment.
We have since expanded the agenda with new courses, reflecting the important commitment Dartmouth places on excellence in education and staying current with recent developments in the various fields of Native American scholarship.
At present, faculty hold dual appointments in Anthropology, History, Environmental Studies, Government, and English. We augment our regular offerings with additional NAS courses cross-listed with other departments.
Students develop an individual program that reflects their interest but is built on certain required courses to ensure that they acquire a common body of substantive knowledge, gain exposure to crucial ways of critical thinking, and explore several essential approaches to Native American Studies.
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- Ancient Native Americans
- 20th Century Native American History
- Native Peoples in a Changing Global Environment
- Native American Life
- 48 months
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DisciplinesArea & Cultural Studies American Studies View 233 other Bachelors in American Studies in United States
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- International students' applications to Dartmouth are evaluated in the same manner as all other applications: the Dartmouth Admissions Committee uses a holistic and individualized review process to make sure we appreciate each candidacy in its entirety. As such, our evaluation goes beyond courses, grades, and test scores. We seek to understand each applicant within their contextContext
- Context refers to the personal and educational circumstances from which an applicant applies to Dartmouth.
- More information about the Context, which for international students may extend to the national curriculum, availability of extracurriculars, and access to standardized testing.
International57796 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 57796 USD per year during 48 months.
National57796 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 57796 USD per year during 48 months.
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