Bachelor of Arts in Ogimaawiwin (Leadership) and Business Management

Program Description

Program Outcomes

  1. Students will explain best management and leadership practices that they can use in businesses, organizations, and tribal governments.
  2. Students will evaluate the unique role that tribes and tribal governments have in the global business environment.
  3. Students will construct an understanding of tribal knowledge and tribal government practices and apply that knowledge in an organizational environment.
  4. Students will demonstrate leadership skills through professional, ethical, and legal standards of conduct in tribal governments and organizations.

Prerequisites

Associate Degree in Applied Science, Art and/or Science for a Minimum of 60 Credits Total

Required Courses

Courses

Prerequisites

Associate Degree in Applied Science, Art and/or Science for a Minimum of 60 Credits Total

Leadership and Management Credits

LEAD 180Leadership Theory & Concepts

3

LEAD 235Cultural and Tribal Sovereignty

3

LEAD 330Professional Communication

3

LEAD 335Business Law

3

LEAD 360Grant Writing

3

LEAD 400Organizational Leadership

3

LEAD 405Finance

3

LEAD 410Advanced Marketing Strategies

3

LEAD 425Global Trends in Business

3

LEAD 451Small Business Management

3

LEAD 460Human Resource Management

3

LEAD 461Leadership and Conflict Resolution

3

LEAD 498Senior Seminar

3

LEAD 499Internship

9

Core Elective Credits

MATH 210Elementary Statistics

3

POLS 241Indian Law I

3

POLS 287Tribal Government

3

ECON 110Elements of Economics & Tribal Economic Development

3

Additional Elective Credits

AHU 254Anishinaabe Cultural Involvement

3

BADM 201Principles of Marketing

3

ECON 201Principles of Microeconomics

3

ECON 202Principles of Macroeconomics

3

POLS 115American Government and Politics

3

SOCI 270Sociology of Indian Reservations

3

SOCI 271Contemporary Indian Issues

3

SOCI 275Native American Indian Studies

3

Total Credit Hours: 144