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Native American and Indigenous Studies

Resources for Native American & Indigenous Studies, and Tribal Leadership

About the program

CWC offers two immersive programs for Native American and Indigenous Studies and their allies. Explore the vast history and culture of the native peoples of the North American continent. With an emphasis on the tribes of the Wind River Reservation. By participating in our American Indian Studies program. Or dive deeper and learn that Tribal Leadership is more than a title - it is an immersive and empowering process. Learn to manage and lead successfully within public, private, government, and nonprofit organizations. The curriculum offers practical and active learning strategies.

More information can be found on the Native American and Indigenous Studies or the Tribal Leadership page of the CWC website. 

Relevant Courses

COMM 4050 Communication and Conflict MGT 4390 Management and Leadership Capstone
IMGT 2400 Intro to Information Management NAIS 3300 Federal Indian Law
MDIA 3050 New Media Ethics NAIS 4100 Tribal Government
MGT 3000 Financial Analysis Budgeting NAIS 4110 Educational Foundations in American Indian Education
MGT 3005 Foundations of Leadership NAIS 4340 Natural Resource Management on Western Reservations
MGT 3010 Personal Leadership NAIS 4400 Tribal Leadership Practicum
MGT 3110 Business Ethics PSYC 1000 General Psychology
MGT 3210 Management and Organization PSYC 3110 Cross-Cultural Psychology
MGT 3410 Human Resources Management PSYC 3200 Industrial-Organizational Psychology
MGT 4005 Leading Others STAT 2000 Statistics and the World
MGT 4020 Innovation Management

In the media

CWC Library has print subscriptions to:

  • Wind River Rendezvous
  • Sho-Ban News
  • Jackson Hole News and Guide
  • Wind River News