American Indian Studies

American Indian Studies

American Indian Studies at SCC is an interdisciplinary opportunity to develop a wider scope of understanding of American Indians, their traditions, struggles, and aspirations for sovereignty and self-determination. Coursework offers students an opportunity to fulfill general education requirements consistent with the ATP degree and a series of classes concentrating on historic relations with non-Indian societies, the development of federal Indian law, tribal governments, treaty rights, environmental issues, public policy, economic development, and contemporary social problems.

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Program Contacts

Manuel Pino, American Indian Studies Program Director
Office: SBE-138
Phone: (480) 423-6221
manny.pino@scottsdalecc.edu

Ana Cuddington, American Indian Program Director
Office: ICC-203
Phone: (480) 423-6531
ana.cuddington@scottsdalecc.edu

Stefani Parks, Administrative Assistant
Office: SBE-133
Phone: (480) 423-6206
stefani.parks@scottsdalecc.edu

Transfer Options

American Indian Studies at Scottsdale Community College (SCC) offers an Associate in Transfer Partnership Degree (ATP) which requires a minimum of 60 semester credits for the program of study. The Maricopa Community College District Associate in Transfer Partnership Degree is designed to meet the needs of Maricopa Community College students transferring to public and private colleges and universities. The degree in American Indian Studies is developed specifically for students who have identified American Indian Studies as a major and have selected Arizona State University as the baccalaureate degree-granting institution to which they intend to transfer.