Upon completion of the B.A., students will:

 

Acquire a broad base of knowledge in tribal historic

preservation and cultural resource management

subject areas, including methodologies, ethics,

Native culture, Native language and anthropology.

 

Develop baccalaureate level skills in writing,

public speaking, computer applications and interpersonal

communication.

 

Demonstrate understanding and application of

research methodology in historic preservation and

cultural resource management as applied in the

tribal setting.

 

Develop the ability to conduct original research

including literature review, fieldwork and professional

reporting.

 

Develop flexibility in working within and across

cultures by building upon cultural knowledge and

awareness.

 

Integrate Native American cultural perspectives

into knowledge and application of tribal historic

preservation and cultural resource management

theory and be able to apply this knowledge to

issues, perspectives and situations encountered

in professional settings both on and off the

reservation.