Tribal Management (TM-BAS, Bachelor of Applied Science)

Bachelor's Degree

Bachelor's Program Certificate

Courses

TM-BAS 300: Introduction to Grant Writing

Credits 5

Strategic grant writing aligns the needs of a nonprofit with funding sources, whether foundations, government agencies, corporations, or individuals. This introductory-level course offers a guide to the basics of grant writing. The course explores the relationship between grant writing and an organization's strategy for fundraising. It also outlines the stages of grant writing and highlights grant writing best practices. This class may include students from multiple sections.

Must be seeking a Bachelor of Applied Science in Management degree to enroll. If interested, visit pencol.edu/bas

TM-BAS 310: Principles of Tribal Planning

Credits 5

This course is for someone that wants to learn the complexities of land and planning within Indian country, focusing on planning and management. This class may include students from multiple sections.

Must be seeking a Bachelor of Applied Science in Management degree to enroll. If interested, visit pencol.edu/bas

TM-BAS 320: Introduction to Sovereignty

Credits 5

This course will outline the unique context of tribal governments as sovereign nations and relationship with the federal government, examine the history and evolution of tribal government institutions within the unique tribal systems and describe the unique role and relationship between the federal government and Native Americans/Alaskan Natives. This class may include students from multiple sections.

Must be seeking a Bachelor of Applied Science in Management degree to enroll. If interested, visit pencol.edu/bas

TM-BAS 335: Tribes, Jurisdiction and Land

Credits 5

This course will explore and analyze lands of tribal government and jurisdiction laws as they overlap with federal, state/provincial and local levels of government in the region of North America. This class may include students from multiple sections.

Must be seeking a Bachelor of Applied Science in Management degree to enroll. If interested, visit pencol.edu/bas