170: Introduction to Great Plains Studies
(ANTH, GEOG, NRES, SOCI 170) (3 cr.) Required for Great Plains Studies majors and minors. An interdisciplinary introductory course, including the study of the natural environment, social environment, human heritage, arts and humanities of the Great Plains.
377: Women of the Great Plains
GPSP/GEOG/WMNS 377 is 'Letter Grade only'.
The intersections of gender, identity, power, and representation throughout time and space in the Great Plains of the United States and Canada.
378: Cultural Encounters on the Great Plains
GPSP/COMM 378 is 'Letter Grade only'.
Intercultural encounters which have occurred on the Great Plains with a focus on American Indian, African, African-American, Latino, Asian, South Asian, and European cultures.
399: Independent Directed Reading<p.(1-3 cr.) Must be taken under the direction of a faculty fellow of the Center for Great Plains Studies.
400: Seminar in Great Plains Studies
(GEOG 400) (HIST 400) (3 cr.) Should be taken only by students who have taken one or more courses dealing with the Great Plains; required for Great Plains Studies majors and minors. Interdisciplinary course. Topic varies.
(1-6 cr) Prereq. Junior standing, Great Plains Studies major or minor and permission. Note: Course is graded pass/no pass only.
All majors take at least one course from each of the following four categories. The listing includes the call number, number of credits, and course name.
|Arts and humanities|
|AHIS 398||3||Great Plains Art|
|ENGL 211A||3||Plains Literature|
|ENGL 247||3||Literature and Arts on the Plains|
|ENGL 347||3||Humanities on the Plains|
|ANTH 434||3||Introduction to Great Plains Archaeology|
|GEOG 334||3||Historical Geography of the Great Plains|
|HIST 360||3||History of Nebraska and the Great Plains|
|HIST 465||3||History of Plains Indians|
|BIOS 232||3||Ecological Issues in the Great Plains|
|NRES 310||3||Intro to Forest Managment|
|ANTH 130||3||Anthropology of the Great Plains|
|ANTH 352||3||Indigenous Peoples of the Great Plains|
|POLS 225||3||Nebraska Government and Politics|
Note: Not all courses are offered every year.
Substitutions may be approved. See adviser.
Great Plains Courses At-Large
|AECN 201||4||Farm and Ranch Managment|
|AECN 265||3||Resource and Environmental Economics|
|AECN 376||3||Rural Community Economics|
|AECN 388||3||Ethics in Agriculture and Natural Resources|
|AECN 445||3||Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis|
|AGRO 440||3||Great Plains Ecosystems|
|AGRO 445||3||Livestock Managment on Range and Pasture|
|AGRO 475||3||Water Quality Strategy|
|ANTH 451||3||Contemporary Issues of Indigenous
Peoples of North America
|BIOS 455||3||Great Plains Flora|
|BIOS 459||4||Limnology at Cedar Point|
|BIOS 470||4||Prairie Ecology at Cedar Point|
|BIOS 475||4||Ornithology at Cedar Point|
|BIOS 482||4||Field Entomology at Cedar Point|
|BIOS 487||4||Field Parasitology at Cedar Point|
|BIOS 488||4||Natural History of the Invertebrates at Cedar Point|
|BIOS 489||4||Ichthyology at Cedar Point|
|ENGL 245B||3||Native American Literature|
|ENGL 245K||3||Canadian Literature|
|ENGL 405K||3||Canadian Fiction|
|ENGL 411B||3||Plains Literature|
|ENGL 445E||3||Native American Literature|
|GEOG 370||2-3||Geography of Nebraska|
|HIST 352||3||American West Since 1900|
|HIST 359||3||The Mythic West|
|MUSC 489||3||American Music|
|NRES 415||1||Water Resources Seminar|
|SOCI 446||3||Environmental Sociology|
*classes at Cedar Point Biological Station in Ogallala, Nebraska