Master's of Professional Studies in Indigenous Governance (Credit)

The Masters of Professional Studies (MPS) in Indigenous Governance is an accredited masters degree offered through the University of Arizona’s James E.Rogers College of Law. The MPS requires thirty (30) credits of course work to be completed within four years. MPS credits are offered during the January in Tucson sessions, and additional credits may be earned via distance-learning, externships, and thesis writing. MPS students are encouraged to “make the program their own” and suggest possible research and/or practical projects that not only benefit their home communities, but that may be the basis for awarding credits towards the degree.

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