Presented in cooperation with the UCLA Native Nations Law and Policy Center, this series of courses is a collaborative initiative to develop, pilot, and implement Tribal Studies curricula in support of Native educational issues and community concerns. Offered fully online, these courses are available not only to regional Native nations in the U.S. and Canada, but also to the national and worldwide community who have a professional interest in tribal issues.
We offer several courses which specifically focus on Tribal Legal Systems. Presented in cooperation with Project Peacemaker, this developing series summarizes legal issues in the areas of federal, state, and tribal laws that affect American Indian and Alaska Native populations. We have developed additional courses to include different subject areas such as protecting cultural resources, economic development, and domestic violence.