Registration and Fees

Tribal Environmental Management and Planning On-line Course

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Register for the 8-week course (1-week breaks between 2-week modules)

Registration deadline for the course is January 31, 2015. You may register for individual modules up to two weeks prior to each module's start date.

February 16 – May 3, 2015
40 Hours Total Learning Time

$999 (save $200)
4.0 CEUs
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Or register for one or more of the following modules:


Tribal Water Resources Management On-line Course

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Register for the 8-week course

TBD, 2015
40 Hours Total Learning Time

$999 (save $200)
4.0 CEUs
View syllabus

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Or register for one or more of the following modules:

Estimated Learning Time

It is estimated that participants will spend approximately 4-6 hours per week on course content, dedicating: 40 hours total learning time for an eight-week course, 10 hours total learning time for a two-week module, and 5 hours total learning time for a one-week module. There will be a one-week break between each two week module.

Course Costs and CEUs

Upon completion of each course/module (with 75% pass rate on the final exams and 75% completion of all discussion boards and assignments, participants may repeat the exam until passing grade achieved), participants will receive an online certificate of completion and Continuing Education Units (CEUs) equivalent to the learning time associated with each course/module. These CEUs are offered by ITEP under the umbrella of NAU’s College of Engineering, Forestry, and Natural Sciences and NAU’s Applied Indigenous Studies Program.

Participants completing:

  • an 8-week course with 40 hours total learning time will receive 4.0 CEUs and costs $999
  • a 2-week course with 10 hours total learning time will receive 1.0 CEU and costs $300
  • a 1-week course with 5 hours total learning time will receive 0.5 CEUs and costs $150

Course Delivery Methods

The course and modules will be delivered through NAU’s online learning system. The tools used in this learning system will include discussion boards, blogs, journals, groups, chat, wikis, virtual classroom, videos, and reading materials. Participants will need access to vimeo.com to view recorded presentations.