TM-BAS 430: Tribal Government and Politics

Credits 5
Quarter Offered

This course will identify the interrelationships between federal and tribal governments and the methods used by Native Nations to administer programs. Students will learn the history of federal-tribal-state relations; the roles of tribal leaders and administrators; and the laws, policies, and issues that impact tribal governments. This class may include students from multiple sections.

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Tribal Management BAS Program Admittance

  • Summarize, compare, and contrast tribal governance practices, constitutions, and statutes.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of settler policies and legal principles concerning Indian nations as well as settler governmental relationships with tribal governments.
  • Formulate effective approaches to strategic, project, and operations management in tribal contexts.
  • Apply the fundamentals of relevant business practices for tribal administration.
  • Summarize, analyze, synthesize, and apply the leadership qualities required of tribal administrators.