NASX 530-801: Federal Indian Law and Policy
Earn an on-line NAS Graduate Certificate http://eu.montana.edu/online/degrees/NatAm.htm
This course will cover some of the most important issues affecting American Indian lives and
livelihoods, the histories of these issues from a legal perspective, and the generations of actors who have pursued and continue to pursue resolution of these issues through legal, legislative, and other means.
Please note that syllabus is tentative and subject to changes before course begins.
Meeting Place and Times:
Online-co-convenes with NASX 476
Tarissa Spoonhunter is an enrolled member of the Northern Arapaho and Blackfeet tribes and received her doctoral degree in American Indian Studies from the University of Arizona. In Arapaho, she is also known as “That Woman with an Eagle Plume.” She enjoys singing and dancing on the powwow trails throughout the U.S. and Canada.
10-12 hours per week. If you are unfamiliar with this field of study and/or method of delivery, you may require more time.
Tuition and Fees
The cost of the course assumes that you are taking only MSU Extended University courses during the semester that the course is offered. If you also registered for courses through the MSU Registrar, other costs may apply.
A $40 late fee will be assessed if payment is not posted to your account by 3 pm (Mountain Time) of the course start date (or the business day before if the course starts on a weekend or a holiday).
To learn more about costs, please see the University Business Services' Student Accounts Web page.
For More Information:
For course information: Tarissa Spoonhunter, firstname.lastname@example.org Registration Questions: Extended University, Office of Continuing Education, (406) 994-6683, toll free (866)540-5660, ContinuingEd@montana.edu
There is a minimum enrollment for this course and if not met, the course may be cancelled and fees fully refunded. For complete information on administrative polices http://eu.montana.edu/credit/policy.htm
How to Register:Register Online