Master of Professional Studies Online Courses

Students can pursue a Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Indigenous Governance through a hybrid model that offers online and on-campus classes. Here is a listing of online MPS courses.

REQUIRED COURSES:

  • Native American Family and Domestic Relations Law: LAW 469/569 (3 credits) Available Fall 2020
  • Native American Law & Policy: LAW 450/550A (3 credits) Available Now
  • Tribal Courts Practice and Procedure: LAW 467/567 (3 credits) Available Fall 2020
  • Tribal Criminal Law and Procedure: LAW 468/568 (3 credits) Available Fall 2020

ELECTIVE COURSES:

  • Environmental Law: LAW 454/554 (3-4 credits)
  • Introduction to Human Rights Law: LAW 540A (3 credits) 
  • Introduction to Legal Systems: LAW 585 (2 credits)

REQUIRED COURSES:
All required courses are on campus.

ELECTIVE COURSES:

  • Acquisition and Financing of Mineral Projects: MNE 697G (1 credit)
  • Corporate Organization and Governance in Mining: MNE 697B (1 credit)
  • Governance, Risk Management and Compliance: LAW 614B (3 credits)
  • Intellectual Property Law: LAW 555 (3 credits)
  • International Trade Law and Policy:  LAW 553A (3 credits)
  • Introduction to International Commercial Transactions:  LAW 544B (3 credits)
  • Law of Tribal Gaming and Gambling: LAW 631E (2 credits) Available Fall 2020
  • Native American Natural Resources: LAW 643D (3 credits) Available Fall 2020
  • Valuation of Mineral Assets and Projects: MNE 697F (2 credits)

REQUIRED COURSES:

  • Environmental Law: LAW 554 (3-4 credits)
  • Native American Natural Resources: LAW 643D (3 credits) Available Fall 2020

ELECTIVE COURSES:

  • Comparative Mining Law: LAW 640 (3 credits)
  • The Emerging Framework for Development of Mineral Resources: MNE 697P (3 credits)
  • Global Mining Tax - Law, Policy and Disclosure/Sustainability: LAW 640H (2 credits) 
  • International Environmental Law:  LAW 696I (2-3 credits)
  • International Mining Health Law and Practice: LAW 640E (1 credits) 
  • Introduction to International Mining Industry: LAW 640G (1 credit) 
  • Managing Public Lands under NEPA: LAW 698Q (2 credits)
  • Public Land Law Supplement: LAW 640B (1 credit)
  • Public Lands and Mining Law: LAW 640A (3 credits)
  • Acquisition and Financing of Mineral Projects: MNE 697G (1 credit)
  • Applied Valuation of Mineral Assets and Projects: MNE 697F (2 credits)
  • Contractual and Related issues for Land Acquisition and Mineral Development: LAW 640C (3 credits)
  • Corporate Organization and Governance in Mining: MNE 697B (1 credit)
  • The Emerging Framework for Development of Mineral Resources: MNE 697P (3 credits)
  • Environmental Law: LAW 554 (3 credits)
  • Global Mining Tax – Law, Policy and Sustainability/Disclosure: LAW 640H (2 credits)
  • Governance, Risk Management and Compliance: LAW 614B (3 credits) 
  • International and Comparative Mining Law: LAW 640 (3 credits) 
  • International Environmental Law for Mineral Development: LAW 696I (3 credits)
  • International Mining Health and Safety Law and Practice: LAW 640E (1 credits)
  • International Trade Law and Policy: LAW 553A (3 credits)
  • Introduction to Human Rights Law: LAW 540A (3 credits)
  • Introduction to International Commercial Transactions: LAW 544B (3 credits)
  • Introduction to the International Mining Industry: LAW 640G (1 credits)
  • Introduction to Legal Systems: LAW 585 (2 credits)
  • Intellectual Property Law: LAW 555 (3 credits)
  • Legal Overview for Public Land Users: LAW 640B (1 credit)
  • Managing Public Lands under NEPA: LAW 698Q (2 credits)
  • Native American Family And Domestic Relations Law: LAW 469/569 (3 credits) Available Fall 2020
  • Native American Law and Policy: LAW 450/550 (3 credits)
  • Native American Natural Resources: LAW 643D (3 credits) Available Fall 2020
  • Tribal Courts Practice and Procedure: LAW 467/567 (3 credits) Available Fall 2020
  • Tribal Criminal Law and Procedure: LAW 468/568 (3 credits) Available Fall 2020
  • U.S. Public Land and Mining Law: LAW 640A (3 credits)
  • Law of Tribal Gaming and Gambling: LAW 631E (2 credits) Available Fall 2020