Courses

New Courses 2023

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Rodgerick T. Begay
 

Navajo Common Law (LIVE ONLINE)

Rodgerick T. Begay

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Frank Olea
 

Tribal Gaming Law & Regulation

Francisco (Frank) Olea

All Courses 2023

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Stephen Cornell
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Comparative Indigenous Governance

Stephen Cornell, PhD
Daryle Rigney

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Comparative Legal Systems and
Their Role in Nation Building

Robert A. Williams, Jr., JD

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Alison Vivian

Constitutions of Indigenous Nations
(Live online & on campus)

Miriam Jorgensen, PhD
Alison Vivian

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Chris Derickson IGP Faculty
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Creating Indigenous Entrepreneurs
(Live online & on campus)

Chris Derickson
Mark Selman

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The Evidence for Native Nation Building

Miriam Jorgensen, PhD
Jonathan Taylor

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Chris Derickson IGP Faculty
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Business Ethics & Indigenous Values

Chris Derickson
Mark Selman

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Stephanie Russo Carroll
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Dr. Felina Cordova-Marks

Indigenous Data Governance

Stephanie Russo Carroll, DrPH, MPH
Felina Cordova-Marks, DrPH, MPH
William Carson, MPH

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Desi Rodgriguez Lonebear
 

Indigenous Data Sovereignty

Desi Small-Rodriguez, PhD

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Cheryl Ellenwood JIT Faculty
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Danielle Hiraldo JIT Faculty

Indigenous Organizations

Cheryl Ellenwood, MA
Danielle Hiraldo, MPA, PhD   

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Tory Fodder
 

Indigenous Peoples and the Environment

Torivio A. Fodder, JD, SJD

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Indigenous Peoples' Rights Under
International Law

Seánna Howard

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Dominique David-Chavez IGP Faculty
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Ibrahim Garba

Indigenous Research Governance

Dominique David-Chavez, PhD
Ibrahim Garba, PhD

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Intergovernmental Relations

Del Laverdure

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Melissa Tatum

Law & Culture

Daryle Rigney
Melissa Tatum

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Lance Morgan
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Making Change Happen
(Live online & on campus)

Lance Morgan
Miriam Jorgensen, PhD
Jonathan Taylor

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Native Economic Development

Joan Timeche, MBA

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Stephen Cornell
 

Rebuilding Native Nations: An Introduction (LIVE ONLINE & ON CAMPUS)

Stephen Cornell, PhD

Register now

For pre-paid cohorts and UArizona students, please contact igp@arizona.edu to register. ALL PARTICIPANTS must register.

Course Cost

Courses are $750 each and will occur in person at the James E. Rogers College of Law. All course materials will be available on UArizona's online course platform, Desire 2 Learn (D2L).

 

"JIT has offered a lot of insight into how other tribal communities have dealt with issues... how tribes have pursued their identity and demonstrated self-determination. The next step is trying to see if we can make those efforts in our community too."

MIKHAIL SUNDUST (GILA RIVER), ACTING MANAGING EDITOR, GILA RIVER INDIAN NEWS | JIT 2016