Minor in Alaska Native Business Management
The Alaska Native Business Management Minor prepares students for a unique segment of business in Alaska. Alaska Native corporations are an economic force in the state of Alaska and there is a need for business professionals educated in the culture and management practices of these organizations. This minor is for Alaska Native and non-Native students alike who plan to live and work in Alaska.
Students who wish to minor in Alaska Native business management must complete the following requirements. All courses must be completed with a minimum grade of C. Students pursuing a baccalaureate degree outside the College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP) should contact the CBPP Student Advising Center.
|AKNS A201||Alaska Native Perspectives||3|
|BA A201||Introduction to Alaska Native Business||1|
|BA A202||Alaska Native Organizations||3|
|BA A401||Alaska Native Corporation Business Management||3|
|BA A402||Indigenous Leadership||3|
|Select from the following:||2|
|Inside the Boardroom of Alaska Native Organizations|
|Selected Topics in Alaska Native Corporations|
|Upper division Alaska Native Studies (AKNS) or approved courses||3|
A minimum of 18 credits is required for the minor.