Certificate in Tribal Relations
December 2020–August 2021
Includes: tuition, fees, textbooks, one group dinner during each immersive field experience & ATNI Winter Convention registration
Not Included: travel expenses for immersive field experiences (i.e. lodging, transportation, meals, etc.)
Total Class Time:
7 In-class sessions + 3 Field trips
CTR Program Coordinator
100% tuition refund
Written request to drop/withdraw from a course received by the Program Coordinator by 5 pm, 7 business days prior to the first class (Minus any applicable non-refundable fees and $100 administration charge)
40% tuition refund
Written request to drop/withdraw from a course received by the Program Coordinator prior to the participant attending the second class: (Minus any applicable non-refundable fees and $100 administration charge)
0% tuition refund
Written request to drop/withdraw from a course received by the Program Coordinator after a participant has attended the second class
"This course has covered virtually all the areas I would want someone new to working with tribes and Native Americans in Indian Country to be familiar with. It has challenged me to rethink what I know, what is important to know, and I have learned to be an even better tribal liaison for both my agency and for the tribes."
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
"This program has been transformational. The depth of knowledge I've gained over the past year would have normally taken the course of a career to learn. The access to tribal resources, political players and policy makers is outstanding. I've built a new network of contacts that can't help but add value to my Agency, my staff and my own job performance."
Public Transportation Manager
Oregon Department of Transportation
"The Professional Certificate in Tribal Relations program provides tremendous benefit in understanding Tribal history, culture, issues and priorities. The knowledge and relationships developed through this course will dramatically improve ONDA's ability to partner with tribes on issues of mutual interest as we advocate to protect, defend and restore Oregon's high desert."
Former Conservation Director
Oregon Natural Desert Association