|Course Title||AMERICAN INDIAN LANGUAGES|
|Full Title||American Indian Languages|
|Description||Structures of American Indian languages. Language families of North America, history, and present circumstances. Interdependence of language and culture, differences in ways of speaking. Issues of language endangerment, language death, language maintenance, and language revitalization.|
|Prerequisite||Completion of the General Education requirement in Foundations of Learning II.B., Social and Behavioral Sciences.|
|Statement||Same course as American Indian Studies 460 and Linguistics 460.|
May also be taken as AMIND or LING 460, not open to students currently enrolled in, or with prior credit in AMIND or LING 460.