The Occupational Endorsement Certificate (OEC) in Alaska Native Business Management (ANBM) prepares students for the unique business landscape in Alaska. The certificate provides students with the history, culture, and management practices of the Alaska Native corporation, their subsidiaries and non-profits and the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971, an Act that launched the largest land reclamation of Indigenous people in the entire nation.
- Complete the General University Requirements for Occupational Endorsement Certificates.
- Complete the following major requirements with a minimum grade of C:
|AKNS A201||Alaska Native Perspectives||3|
|BA A202||Alaska Native Organizations||3|
|BA A401||Alaska Native Corporation Business Management||3|
|BA A402||Alaska Native Corporation Leadership||4|
|Alaska Native Studies (AKNS) course||3|
A minimum of 16 credits is required for the certificate.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Students graduating with an Occupational Endorsement Certificate in Alaska Native Business Management will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of and proficiency in defining the objectives of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act and the businesses formed or impacted by this historic legislation.
- Navigate effectively within the Alaska Native corporate world while utilizing the appropriate terminology and sensitivity in describing the history, culture and impact of these organizations.
- Describe the Alaska Native corporate landscape in all its complexity.
- Effectively use the managerial functions of leading, planning, organizing and communicating in the Alaska Native corporate world.