The Liberal Arts degree provides a broad, interdisciplinary approach to ways of knowing in the areas of arts, humanities, social science, and natural science. This versatile degree will facilitate students who plan to pursue a baccalaureate degree (most courses transfer as general education requirements) or to advance their employability level to be marketable in public or private institutions.
- Apply knowledge from their journey through Liberal Arts coursework to real-world situations across a range of actual and hypothetical contexts.
- Apply effective written and verbal communication skills to meet a variety of purposes and audience needs.
- Locate, use, and report information using quantitative and qualitative research techniques and the scientific method to conduct ethical research.
- Analyze a wide range of art forms for their contribution to ʔɔʔɔɔ́ɔ́niiénńɔh and Nakoda culture, as well as other indigenous and mainstream societies.
- Use a variety of technologies to obtain, analyze, create, and publish written artifacts and multimodal texts.
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*Communicate with your advisor to understand your options for choosing General Education Electives & Other Electives to complete your program of study.
Liberal Arts: Fall Semester (First Year)
|AIS 150/155||Nakoda/Aaniiih Lang I||3|
|GS 110||Finding Place||1|
|M 121||College Algebra||4|
|WRIT 101||College Writing I||3|
|GE Elective||COMX 115 or COMX 111||3|
|Service Learning Elective||AIS 110 / AIS 250 / BGEN 110 / GS 100||1|
Liberal Arts: Spring Semester (First Year)
|AIS 100||Introduction to AIS||3|
|AIS 252/256||Nakoda/Aaniiih Lang II||3|
|WRIT 201||College Writing II||3|
|GE Elective||Natural Science with Lab||4|
Liberal Arts: Fall Semester (Second Year)
|AIS 225||American Indian Literature||3|
|BFIN 205||Personal Finance||3|
|HUM 101||Intro to Humanities||3|
|GE Elective||Social Science||3|
|Elective||Science with Lab||4|
Liberal Arts: Spring Semester (Second Year)
|LS 290||Cap Stone||1|