American Indian studies to be offered at USDSU The University of South Dakota will offer, for the first time in Sioux Falls, American Indian Studies classes that will count toward a minor in American Indian Studies.
The two classes being offered, Introductory Lakota I and American Indian History and Culture are on the spring schedule at the USDSU (The University of South Dakota, South Dakota State University, and Dakota State University) campus in Sioux Falls.
Introductory Lakota will be taught by Jerome Kills Small on Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9:45 p.m. Dr. Leonard Bruguier will teach the History and Culture class on Wednesdays and Fridays from 1 to 3:45 p.m.
For registration information, interested individuals should contact USDSU directly at (605)367-5640.
The University of South Dakota is committed to providing diverse, cultural experiences for students and these classes reflect their respect for the cultural diversity of the Sioux Falls community and the students that attend USDSU.
These classes help build a better understanding and appreciation for cultures as students begin their college experience and their careers.
USD encourages students to be a part of this exciting beginning to a series of American Indian Studies courses that will be offered in the future.