Native American Tribal Management

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.

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Business Management student in Mole Lake

Program Outline

Term 1
Course # Course Title Credits
1010210600 Business Programs Orientation
Description

This class helps new Nicolet students make a successful transition to the College. Orientation is a chance for students to learn College resources, practice pacing and time management, grit and the learning management system. Students also receive an introduction and have opportunities to practice professional business communication.

1.00
1010214000 Fundamentals of Tribal Management
Description

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.

3.00
1010214200 Tribal Supervisory Management
Description

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.

3.00
Elective Elective
Description
3.00

At A Glance

How You'll Learn

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On Campus

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Online Classes

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Optional Lab Support

Term Start Dates

Fall 2022: September 6 Spring 2023: January 9 Summer 2023: May 8

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.

Approximate Cost

$1,065*

*Based on 10-level courses—materials, books, and fees may be additional

 

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This program has a zero cost for textbooks. If you continue your education beyond this program to complete a full associate's degree, there may be additional costs for books.

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

$43,373 $57,192 $58,363
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