NAS

Native American Studies / Lakota Dakota Language

About

The NAS program is designed to help students develop a knowledge base of and appreciation for Lakota/Dakota culture, society, and history, including the traditional and contemporary land base and natural resources, traditional and contemporary forms of government, traditional philosophy and worldview, ceremonies, values, belief system, kinship and social systems.  This program also includes courses of a comparative nature, which places Lakota/Dakota culture and society in the context of other Native North American people.  This program is useful for individuals interested in becoming teachers or working in various tribal programs on Standing Rock.

The LDL program is useful for individuals interested in studying the Lakota/Dakota language, becoming teachers or working in various tribal programs on Standing Rock and Lakota/Dakota speaking communities.

Degrees

Associate of Arts – Native American Studies
Associate of Science – Lakhotiyapi/Dakhotiyapi
Certificate – Lakhotiyapi/Dakhotiyapi I
Certificate – Lakhotiyapi/Dakhotiyapi I

Degree Requirements
Degree Plans

Course Descriptions

Gainful Employment Disclosure (Lakhotiyapi/Dakhotiyapi I)

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Sitting Bull College
9299 Hwy 24 Fort Yates, ND 58538
(701)854-8021