Reservation-Based Integrating Seminar

Classes

RBIS 100 : RB-Firstyear Orientation

Introduction to Reservation-Based Study degree, focusing on proven strategies for creating greater academic, professional, and personal success. (E)

Credits

1

RBIS 101 : RB-Integrating Seminar: Speech I

Students will develop the public speaking skills central to success in academic, civic, business and professional life. Students who complete Speech 101 and 102 will have performed informative, persuasive and demonstrative speeches that demonstrate competence in academic research, technological literacy, ethical reasoning, critical thinking, organization and extemporaneous delivery. (E)

Credits

2

RBIS 102 : RB-Integrating Seminar: Speech II

Students will develop the public speaking skills central to success in academic, civic, business and professional life. Students who complete Speech 101 and 102 will have performed informative, persuasive and demonstrative speeches that demonstrate competence in academic research, technological literacy, ethical reasoning, critical thinking, organization and extemporaneous delivery. (E)

Credits

2

RBIS 103 : RB-Integrating Seminar: Writing

This two-credit interdisciplinary writing course is required for second year students in the Reservation-Based AA degree program. The topical focus varies. The course maintains a consistent focus on student development around course learning objectives. (E)

Credits

2

RBIS 104 : RB-Integrating Seminar: Eportfolio

This two-credit course is required for second year students in the Reservation-Based AA degree program. The topical focus varies. The course maintains a consistent focus on student development around course learning objectives. (E)

Credits

2

RBIS 105 : RB-Integrating Seminar: Film

This two-credit film course is required for second year students in the Reservation-Based AA degree program. The topical focus varies. The course maintains a consistent focus on student development around course learning objectives. (E)

Credits

2

RBIS 107 : RB-Integrating Seminar: Battlegrounds

This one-credit interdisciplinary course covers significant contemporary issues in Indian country and is based on the case-study method. Each quarter the Battlegrounds course has a theme such as “healthy communities,” “Indian activism,” “tribal administration," “leadership,” or “ethics for tribal vitality.” The cases used in the classes during that quarter correspond to that theme. (E)

Credits

1

RBIS 108 : RB-Integrating Seminar: Battlegrounds

This one-credit interdisciplinary course covers significant contemporary issues in Indian country and is based on the case-study method. Each quarter the Battlegrounds course has a theme such as “healthy communities,” “Indian activism,” “tribal administration,” “leadership,” or “ethics for tribal vitality.” The cases used in the classes during that quarter correspond to that theme. (E)

Credits

1

RBIS 109 : RB-Integrating Seminar: Battlegrounds

This one-credit interdisciplinary course covers significant contemporary issues in Indian country and is based on the case-study method. Each quarter the Battlegrounds course has a theme such as “healthy communities,” “Indian activism," “tribal administration,” “leadership,” or “ethics for tribal vitality.” The cases used in the classes during that quarter correspond to that theme. (E)

Credits

1

RBIS 110 : RB-Integrating Seminar: Battlegrounds

This one-credit interdisciplinary course covers significant contemporary issues in Indian country and is based on the case-study method. Each quarter the Battlegrounds course has a theme such as “healthy communities,” “Indian activism,” “tribal administration,” “leadership,” or “ethics for tribal vitality." The cases used in the classes during that quarter correspond to that theme. (E)

Credits

1

RBIS 111 : RB-Integrating Seminar: Battlegrounds

This one-credit interdisciplinary course covers significant contemporary issues in Indian country and is based on the case-study method. Each quarter the Battlegrounds course has a theme such as “healthy communities," “Indian activism," “tribal administration,” “leadership," or “ethics for tribal vitality." The cases used in the classes during that quarter correspond to that theme. (E)

Credits

1