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Anishinaabe Studies


This curriculum is an interdisciplinary program committed to promoting knowledge and understanding of Anishinaabe (Native American) tradition, language, history, art, literature, values and the unique governmental status of the Anishinaabeg. The program is designed to prepare students for service to Native communities or to transfer to a four- year institution to further their studies.

Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Anishinaabe Studies Degree Program students will be able to:

  1. Explain Anishinaabe perspectives
  2. Explain changes in Anishinaabe cultures over time
  3. Demonstrate civic responsibility within the tribal community
  4. Compare and contrast Ojibwa and other Anishinaabe cultures
  5. Apply Anishinaabe perspectives to community development

Program Requirements

For more information, contact:
Denise Cadeau, Anishinaabe Studies Faculty Chair
(906) 524-8309
Wabanung Campus, Room 309