Calendar

 

2022 Spring Courses

  •  Jan 10

    TM 199 Tribal 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.
     3 Credits

     Distant Delivery
  • Jan10

    TM 299 Tribal 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.
     3 Credits

     Distant Delivery
  • Feb1

    TM 201 Tribal Government in Alaska II

    A study of tribal government and politics in Alaska. Explores the historical relationships among tribal, state and federal government in Alaska. Provides a focus on tribal sovereignty and self-determination for building and enhancing tribal governments.
    3 Credits

    Distant Delivery
  • Jan31

    TM 205 Managing Tribal Governments II

    Advanced tools and methods for the management and oversight of tribal government programs and organizations. Student evaluation includes how well the student affects changes in tribal operations and tribal management
    3 Credits

    Distant Delivery
  • Jan31

    TM 225 Cross Connections: Adapting and Integrating Principles of Management and Conservation

    Skills, abilities and knowledge needed to adapt traditional Western science and management principles to indigenous resource concepts and values are crucial when dealing with contemporary natural resource, land and environmental management issues in rural Alaska. To prepare students and provide tools and methods for considering cross-cultural concepts and values in resource management and conservation decisions.
    3 Credits

    Distant Delivery
  • Feb1

    TM 293 Policies for Health and Well-Being of Tribal Governments and their Members

    This course will provide students with an overview of historical and contemporary policies and administrative practices in the delivery of human services to American Indian and Alaska Native communities. The course will emphasize the interconnectedness of society’s view of American Indians, associated policies, and resulting administrative practices.
    3 Credits

    Distant Delivery


For more information or to register contact our office:
Angela Rutman
Tribal Governance Coordinator
907-474-5826

Email us:  uaf-tribal@alaska.edu