Ojibwe Language (BA)
College: College of Liberal Arts
Strong Interest Inventory Code(s): ASE
Be a part of the mission to preserve and revitalize the Ojibwe language and gain in-depth knowledge of the language with a focus on oral proficiency.
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Research and Collaborations
Engagement, communities, and partnerships.
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Read the requirments to be eligibile for the Ojibwemodaa Eta Full-Time Scholarship.
Student Groups related to this Major
Consider checking out a student group to connect with other students who share your interests:
- Beta Chi Theta Lambda Chapter
- American Indian Student Cultural Center (AISCC)
- Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), University of Minnesota Student Chapter
Learning Abroad in this Major
An experience abroad is a great way to complete requirements while engaging in new cultures.
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