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Associate in Science - General Studies

American Indian Studies Emphasis

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal College is the national academic sanctuary and the home of traditional tribal knowledge which promotes the strong values that have always guided the hearts and minds of the people and which honors the treasured human gifts, the ability to think, to hear, to speak, to feel, and to walk on this good Earth.

The mission of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal College (CATC) is to provide a quality cultural based and academically rigorous general education for tribal and non-tribal citizens. The main focus is upon traditional tribal knowledge, quality of life and enhancing the status of American Indians in contemporary America.

**Any student who qualifies for an Associate’s Degree from Southwestern Oklahoma State University may also earn an Associate’s Degree from the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal College.

Course Requirement Information
American Indian Studies - Course Sequence
Course Descriptions - General Education
Current Course Offerings
Required Courses Credit Hrs Career Links
General Education 44-45 hrs
Electives
20 hrs
 
Minimum Hours Required for degree 64-65 hrs
Approximately 4 Semesters