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NASP 2230 DAKOTA CULTURE AND TRADITION (3)

This course serves as an examination of the traditional culture of the Santee Dakota people in the context of the larger Oyate (Nation) of the Seven Council Fires. (Previously known as NAS 222)

NASP 2330 TRIBAL MANAGEMENT (3)

A look at the ways in which managerial styles affect and enhance the development of both the organization and the workers supervised. Issues of financial management unique to tribal organizations are also studied. Contemporary theories, principles and practices of management and supervisions relevant to tribal organizations will be presented. (Previously known as NAS 220)

NASP 2320 FEDERAL INDIAN LAW (4)

This course provides a brief overview of Indian policy as a background to the field of Indian law, studies various components of Indian law, such as civil and criminal jurisdiction, treaty rights, federal trust responsibility, tribal judicial systems, tribal sovereignty, taxation and regulation, freedom of religion and Indian Child Welfare Act. Experience in reading cases and statutes is helpful. (Previously known as NAS 216)