American indian/native American languages, literatures, and linguistics is a program that focuses on one or more of the languages Native to the Western hemisphere, with an emphasis on American Indian languages, but including other Native American languages. includes instruction in philology; oral and written literatures; inuit and aleut languages; hawaiian; north American language families, including, but not limited to, algonkian, athabascan, siouan, muskogean, iroquoian, yuman, mayan, zapotecan, and uto-aztecan; South American language families, including, but not limited to, andean-equatorial, ge-pano-carib, and macro-chibchan; and other minor languages.
American indian/native American languages, literatures, and linguistics majors work in these careers, which are sized by percentage of majors in the career (at least 1%) and colored by the predominant level of education.
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Recommended Careers for less common foreign languages majors
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Student-Faculty Ratio: A small number of students per full-time instructor
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Satisfaction Rate: A high percentage of returning first-year students
should correlate with satisfaction (schools call this their retention rate).
Repayment Rate: A high repayment rate means most alumni earn enough
to make progress repaying loans within 7 years of leaving.
We also show the total enrollment for the school as measured by
full-time-equivalent (FTE) students enrolled annually.
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