2004-2005 UAF Catalog  

Degrees and Program Index


Tribal Management

TM 101 3 Credits
Introduction to Tribal Government
Comprehensive study of tribal government and politics in rural Alaska. Explores the differences and relationships among tribal, state and federal government. Presents key concepts for building and enhancing tribal government for building program and institutional development. (Prerequisites: Must be familiar with computer and related word processing and spreadsheet programs.) (3 + 0) Offered Fall


TM 105 3 Credits
Introduction to Tribal Finance Applications
Tools and methods for the management and oversight of tribal government programs and organizations in rural Alaska. Student evaluation includes how well the student affects changes in tribal operations and tribal management. (Prerequisites: Must be familiar with computer and related word processing and spreadsheet programs.) (3 + 0) Offered Spring


TM 199 3 Credits
Tribal Management Practicum I
Professional and personal development while working in a rural service organization. Emphasis on developing the understanding and skills necessary for delivery of rural services. Course is guided by an academic advisor. Student must be willing and able to work independently outside the classroom and in the community. (Prerequisites: Must be familiar with computer and related word processing and spreadsheet programs.) (3 + 0) Offered Fall, Spring


TM 201 3 Credits
Advanced Tribal Government
Comprehensive study of tribal government and politics in rural Alaska. Explores the differences and relationships among tribal, state and federal government. Presents key concepts for building and enhancing tribal government for building program and institutional development. (Prerequisites: Must be familiar with computer and related word processing and spreadsheet programs.) (3 + 0) Offered Spring


TM 205 3 Credits
Advanced Tribal Finance Applications
Advanced tools and methods for the management and oversight of tribal government programs and organizations in rural Alaska. Student evaluation includes how well the student affects changes in tribal operations and tribal management. (Prerequisites: TM 105 and must be familiar with computer and related word processing and spreadsheet programs.) (3 + 0) Offered Fall


TM 299 3 Credits
Tribal Management Practicum II
Professional and personal development while working in a rural service organization. Emphasis on developing the understanding and skills necessary for delivery of rural services. Course is guided by an academic advisor. Student must be willing and able to work independently outside the classroom and in the community. (Prerequisites: Must be familiar with computer and related word processing and spreadsheet programs.) (3 + 0) Offered Fall, Spring


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