Native American Tribal Management
Develops the skills of people who work or plan to work in a First Nation environment including fundamental management skills, and how a Native nation’s legal, political and cultural context impact an organization’s work.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|1010214000||Fundamentals of Tribal Management||3.00|
Covers leadership, motivation, organizational dynamics, personnel, and budgeting within a Native American community and sovereign government context. Includes federal Indian law and policy, community and economic development, and culturally specific management practices.
|1010214200||Tribal Supervisory Management||3.00|
Develops an understanding of management theories and practical techniques for first-line supervisors. Teaches personal, interpersonal, technical, and administrative skills required of successful supervisors. Applies general supervision issues to a Native American tribal environment.
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At A Glance
How You'll Learn
Optional Lab Support
Term Start Dates
|Fall 2020: September 2||Spring 2021: January 6||Summer 2021: May 7|
Start dates represent the beginning of a new term. Certain programs or courses may not be available to start every term. Please view the course schedules for a list of upcoming classes or contact the Welcome Center at 715-365-4493.
*Based on 10-level courses—materials, books, and fees may be additional
What You'll Learn
- Understand the relationship between Native nation’s legal, political and cultural context and the workplace
- Lead, motivate, and supervise others
- Plan and execute projects and everyday operations
- Manage organizational culture
- Manage organizational personnel and non-personnel resources
Your Potential Careers
- First Line Supervisor/Manager
- Administrative Services Manager
- Gaming Supervisor
- Lodging Manager
Median Annual Salary
Your application can be submitted online, it takes just a few minutes to complete.