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The OU College of Law Master of Legal Studies in Indigenous Peoples Law is a 33 credit hour program which can be taken in 12 month attending on a full-time basis, or 21 months on a part-time basis. The suggested sequence is below:
Introduction to the American Legal System
History of Federal Indian Law & Policy
Native American Natural Resources
Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country
Religion, Culture & Indian Law
International Indigenous Peoples Law
Civil & Regulatory Law in Indian Country
Federal Indian Water Law
Indian Gaming Laws and Regulations
Capstone Research Project
Indian Child Welfare Law
33 Credit Hours
Apply now! The MLS in Indigenous Peoples Law explores legal and contractual issues facing Native Americans and Indigenous Peoples. This graduate curriculum is uniquely prepares you in the legal aspects surrounding Native American tribal government and economic work. Contact us for more information or to request a call from an MLS team member.