Analytical Techniques for Public Service II-Tribal

Winter 2014 quarter

Taught by

Moroni Benally
community based participatory research, educational systems and access, grant and report writing

Analytical Techniques II for Tribal Governance is a yearlong core program for second year MPA students. Each quarter focuses on indigenous and traditional knowledge approaches to applied research in public administration and public policy with an emphasis on issues relevant to tribal governments. Each quarter builds on the previous one to create an integrated learning experience. This program begins with the assumption that: through reciprocal community-based research construction, using culturally appropriate methods, interpretation, and with ethical and credible analysis our world can be better understood. The intent is to gain a better understanding of how to approach, critique, use, and present research within the context of tribal governments. The emphasis in this program is to make informed decisions for implementing self-governance.

Program Details

Location and Schedule

Campus location

Tribal MPA


Offered during: Day and Weekend

Advertised schedule: Jan 10-12, 24-26, Feb 7-9, 1-5p Fri, 8:30a-5p Sat/Sun


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Online Learning

Enhanced Online Learning: Access to web-based tools required, but use of these tools does not displace any face-to-face instruction.

Registration Information

Credits: 6 (Winter)

Class standing: Graduate

Maximum enrollment: 30


Course Reference Number

(6 GR credits): 20297

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