Indigenous Peoples Law, Graduate Certificate

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Overall GPA - Combined and OU: 5.00

Minimum Total Hours: 12

Program Code: G068 (Online: G069)

The Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Peoples Law furthers students' study of Native American and other Indigenous Peoples Law, choosing from the broad curriculum offered by the College of Law in this area.

Certificate Requirements

Full-time JD degree-candidate OU Law students are eligible to receive the certificate at graduation conditioned upon the successful completion of the requirements outlined below.


Choose 12 credit hours from the following list of courses:12
Comparative Indigenous Peoples' Law Seminar
Federal Indian Law
Federal Indian Water Law-MLS
Indian Gaming Laws & Regulations-MLS
International Human Rights
Native American Natural Resources-MLS
Selected Legal Problems (Peacemaking: Native American Traditional Justice Practices)
Religion, Culture & Indian Law-MLS
Selected Legal Problems Seminar (Tribal Courts Seminar)
Any other guided electives designated as fulfilling the requirements of the Certificate
Total Credit Hours12