Indigenous Educational Leadership
This graduate certificate is designed to work with, and alongside, other educators serving American Indian students nationwide. Anyone working in the field of education looking to improve their ability to serve American Indian populations. Ideal for teachers, leaders, Indian education program coordinators, and tribal education and can be completed in one year.
See the Cashiers and Student Accounts website for tuition and fee schedules.
The Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Educational Leadership provides graduate level professional course work:
- EDLEA 710 – Fundamental Histories and Philosophies in Indigenous Education
- EDLEA 720 – Self-Determination, Sovereignty, and Systems of Indigenous Education
- EDLEA 730 – Leadership, Advocacy, and Action in Indigenous Education
- EDLEA 740 – Applied Project in Educational Leadership for Indigenous Populations
For more information contact :
Dr. Alex Red Corn, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership
Coordinator for Indigenous Partnerships
329 Bluemont Hall | 785-532-5535 | firstname.lastname@example.org