For-Credit Online Courses

Online Courses For Credit

Beginning in the spring 2020 semester, students can pursue a Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Indigenous Governance through an expanded, hybrid model that offers online and on-campus classes.

The core curriculum covers topics including Native nation building, comparative Indigenous governance, intergovernmental relations, Indigenous peoples’ human rights, and community development. Students may also complete concentrations of online courses in tribal justice, Native economic development, and natural resources, or customize a plan of study to meet their needs. 

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)

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 540 (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 555R (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 669 (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 (3 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 DevelopmentLAW 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 (3 credits)

International Trade Law and Policy: LAW 553A (3 credits)

Introduction to Human Rights Law: LAW 540 (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 555R (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)

 

“The seven generations behind me, I want to be there to help them lead a good path. The level of teaching here is beyond any scope that I've seen.”

Louis de Jaeger (Red River Settlement Michif) | President, Stó:lō Business Association

JIT 2017 & Simon Fraser University eMBA Cohort 2016-2019 Member