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Regents Oklahoma NSUís Cherokee cultural studies program

By Murray Evans
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (AP)

State higher education regents during early September approved a proposal by Northeastern State University to offer a Bachelor of Arts degree program in Cherokee cultural studies.

Northeastern is located in Tahlequah, which is home to the Cherokee Nation, one of the largest American Indian tribes in the United States. The degree program will be the second at NSU focused on Cherokee studies; the university already offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Cherokee education.

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