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To count for the certificate, a student must complete graduate-level coursework with 50% or more content in Indigenous peoples; courses must be approved by the ISP Executive Committee.

The Indigenous Studies Program offers several environmentally focused courses:

  • ISP 800 Indigenous Issues in the United States (required; taught each fall)
  • ISP 673/EVRN 673 Environmental Justice (taught in the fall at the Edwards campus)
  • ISP 504/EVRN 542 Ethnobotany (taught each spring)
  • ISP 877/LAW 975 Public Lands and Natural Resources (taught each spring)
  • ISP 882/LAW 967 Native American Natural Resources (taught every other spring)
  • GEOG 980 Seminar in Geography: Native American Land Issues I-IV (sequential; taught sporadically)

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