WCU's Cherokee Studies program allows students to study at the heart of the spiritual and cultural homeland of the regions' largest Native American population, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. The Master of Arts in History with a concentration in Cherokee Studies gives students a unique opportunity to study the historical and contemporary experience of the ECBI.
WCU's Graduate Programs in Cherokee Studies offers a number of opportunities to students interested in furthering their education, expanding their intercultural skills and enhancing their culturally-oriented professional knowledge. Our partnership with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians gives students a unique chance to study with the region's largest Native American population. The program requires coursework in both American history and Cherokee Studies.
Whether aiming for a new career or considering a return or enrichment of your current professional life, the intercultural skills you can gain with a Master of Arts in American History with a concentration in Cherokee Studies are in demand locally and globally in nearly all professional fields and businesses.