UCLA Extension and TLCEE offer an On-line Tribal Learning Community. Geared toward working adults, these classes vary in duration and are designed to be flexible, for even the busiest schedules. Together, UCLA Extension and TLCEE have developed a program called Working in Contemporary Native Nations, which is aimed at giving the student gainful knowledge in understanding the complexities contemporary issues affecting our Native communities. When completed, a student can gain a verification of completion that certifies that the student has satisfactorily completed program coursework within the TLCEE online program.
Scholarship Applications for Winter 2018
(Scholarship Applications for Winter 2018 due by January 17, 2018)
As a result of collaborative efforts between TLCEE, UCLA Extension, and the Tribal Law and Policy Institute, we are able to offer a wide spectrum of on-line courses. As of 2007, TLCEE offers an online certificate of verification called Working in Contemporary Native Nations. These courses are open to everyone-with or without a high school diploma or equivalency. Because UCLA does not offer part-time options for students, the TLCEE online courses provide the opportunity for participants to earn transferable credits at a pace that will work for their lives. Enrollees are able to earn a certificate of verification by taking four courses total: three core courses and one elective.
Thanks to the generosity of the San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians, TLCEE offers several scholarships per quarter for community members to take these on-line courses. Please apply using our online application or for more information please contact us at TLCEE@lawnet.ucla.edu or call (310) 794-5216.
VERIFICATION OF COMPLETION PROGRAM:
"WORKING IN CONTEMPORARY NATIVE NATIONS"
Students also have the opportunity to earn a Verification of Completion in "Working in Contemporary Native Nations," which certifies that the student satisfactorily completed the following requirements:
1- All three online core courses:
- Introduction to Tribal Legal Studies
- Federal Indian Law and Policy
- Economic Development and Nation Building in Native America
2- One of the following sample elective courses:
- Violence Against Native Women
- Indigenous Cultural Resource Protection in California: In Theory and Practice
- Legal Research, Analysis, and Writing in a Tribal Context
- Protecting Cultural Property in a Bio-Tech Age
- Preservation of Tribal Cultural Material
3- Application for Verification of Completion.
4- Earn a grade of 'C' or better in each of the applicable courses.
For more information on the Verification of Completion, contact UCLA Extension.