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Syracuse University Certificate in Iroquois Linguistics

The Certificate in Iroquois Linguistics at Syracuse University provides an opportunity to study linguistic principles and grammatical features unique to the Iroquois languages with rich examples from the six Haudenosaunee languages. Students can complete the certificate in one year by taking two courses in the fall and spring, and the 3-6 credit capstone course in the summer. (Learn more)

Syracuse University Native American Studies

The minor in Native American Studies at Syracuse University introduces the religious, historical, political, and aesthetic dimensions of the lives of indigenous peoples of the Americas from the earliest cultures (extending back 11,000 years or more) to the present. (Learn more)

LeMoyne College Native American Studies Certificate

The Native American Studies Education Certificate provides academic preparation for those individuals working in education of Native American peoples and for certified teachers to fulfill New York state professional development and training requirements.. (Learn more)




The Center for Indigenous Law, Governance  Citizenship at the Syracuse College of Law (learn more)

The Center for Native Peoples and the Environment at SUNY ESF
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