Certificates

AIS Graduate Certificate in Renewable Natural Resources

The American Indian Studies Program (AIS), with assistance from the School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE), is offering an academic Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in the administration and management of American Indian natural resources. To obtain the Certificate, students must complete a 12-unit program of study that includes core and thematic courses. The program is designed for students to begin in the fall and complete in one to two academic years. Students will be able to complete the Certificate in conjunction with a graduate or professional degree program or as a stand-alone certificate.  For more information, click here.

AIS Graduate Certificate in Higher Education

The American Indian Studies Program (AIS), in collaboration with the Center for the Study of Higher Education, is offering an academic Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in American Indian Higher Education.  To obtain the certificate, students must complete a 15-unit program of study including core and elective courses.  The program is designed to provide graduate level professional development to individuals who are either currently working with or plan to work with American Indian students in higher education, especially in Indian institutions of higher education.  Students will be able to complete the certificate in conjunction with a graduate or professional degree or as a stand-alone certificate.  For more information, click here.

AIS Graduate Certificate in Native Nation Building

The American Indian Studies Program (AISP), with assistance from the School of Government and Public Policy (SGPP), is offering an academic Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in the administration, economic development, institution-building, and organization of Native Nation-Building.  The goal of the Certificate is to train graduate students to be conversant with the problems of economic development, institution-building, administration, and organization of nation-building on First Nation/American Indian nation and off-nation areas. To obtain the Certificate, students must complete a 12-unit program of study that includes core and thematic courses. The program is designed for students to begin in the fall and complete in one to two academic years.  Students will be able to complete the Certificate in conjunction with a graduate degree program or as a stand-alone certificate.

 

 

 

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