Tribal Governance & Administration – Fort Peck Community College

Tribal Governance & Administration

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The Tribal Governance & Administration Associate of Arts program is designed to provide students with the knowledge of the Fort Peck Reservation, Tribal Government, Education, Tribal Court and Tribal Administration. It will prepare students who are on or want to be on our Tribal Executive Board with the knowledge they need to be an effective leader and it will prepare students to work in different areas within the Tribal Administration.

  • Define Inter-relationship between Tribal, Federal, State and local governments
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the Fort Peck Tribes history of tribal governments
  • Demonstrate an understanding of Fort Peck Tribal History to current topics and issues
  • Demonstrate and understanding of Education and Tribal Court
  • Demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrate an understanding of Business Management
  • Describe foundational concepts of ethical leadership principles
General Education Requirements
Core I Communications (COMX 111 and WRIT 101 and WRIT 201) 9
Core II Mathematics and Science (M145 and Science with a lab REQUIRED) 8
Core III Arts and Humanities (NASX 121/131 and NASX 122/132) 6
Core IV Social Sciences (ECNS 201 & ECNS 202) 6
Core V Native American Studies (NASX 117) 4
Core VI Computer Technology (CAPP 131) 3
Core VII Health 2
Total General Education credits required for degree 38
Tribal Governance & Administration Program of Study
BGEN 105 Introduction to Business 3
BGEN 201 Business Ethics 3
BMGT 250 Management 3
NASX 130 American Indians in Montana 3
NASX 191 Indigenous Cultural Resource Protection & Preservation 3
NASX 230 American Indian Education 3
NASX 250 Contemporary Indian Issues 3
NASX 276 Federal Indian Law and Policy 3
Total Program of Study credits required for degree 24
Total credits required for degree 62

*Program Requirements Based On FPCC Courses-All Transfer Students (credits) Will Be Evaluated On An Individual Basis