TM-BAS 410: Tribal Economics

Credits 5
Quarter Offered

This class will expose students to the processes and key economic principles and understand how these principles work in action with US and Tribal markets. Students will learn strategies and policies that pertain to economic performance. Using a capitalist lens, the class will deconstruct and decolonize this economic paradigm to see how different market models fit with Tribes. This class may include students from multiple sections.

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Tribal Management BAS Program Admittance

  1. Describe the core knowledge base of economics and economic development.
  2. Explain the interactions of the components, strategies, and policy objectives for tribal economics.
  3. Analyze the dynamic interaction of systems, culture, and capital.
  4. Evaluate the economic merging of Tribal opportunity, issues, and complexities.