The course catalog provides course schedule and detailed descriptions.
The certificate program in tribal arts is designed to introduce students to Dakota tribal arts while promoting and encouraging the preservation and revitalization of traditional art forms. The program will nurture student awareness, knowledge, and ability to develop quality art forms.
Acquisition of an interdisciplinary understanding of the culture, language, history, and arts of the Dakota Oyate
Identify and address the development and continuation of issues impacting Dakota communities through analysis and study of contemporary and historical events.
Demonstrates critical thought and analysis about the experiences of Dakota people.
Acquisition of basic competency in the Dakota Language.
Demonstrates effective written and verbal communication skills about the experiences of Dakota people.
ART 210 Art as a Profession I 3 Credits
DKT 115 Dakota Bow Making – 3 Credits
DKT 135 Dakota Song and Dance – 3 Credits
ART 135 Watercolor – 3 Credits
DKT 136 Beadwork – 3 Credits
DKT 137 Quillwork – 3 Credits
DKT 138 Dakota Design & Painting – 3 Credits
ART 145 Native American Textile Arts – 3 Credits
DKT 146 Regalia Making – 3 Credits
ENG 120 Creative Writing – 3 Credits
DKT 210 Native American Literature – 3 Credits
DKT 214 Dakota Quillwork II – 3 Credits
DKT 217 Dakota Beadwork II – 3 Credits
DKT/ART 180/280 Special Topics – 3 Credits
GEN 270 Capstone Course – 1 Credit
Required Technical Courses – 6 Credits
Art Electives – 15 Credits
General Education Requirements – 1 Credit