Sequencing of Courses

Students who have been admitted to both programs and intend to pursue the joint degree program must complete the first twenty-nine (29) credits of required courses in the J.D. program. After the completion of these 29 hours, course enrollment in either program or both concurrently is permitted.

Law Courses that Count Toward the Master’s Degree

Students may apply a maximum of 12 hours of law electives toward their master’s degree from the following courses:
LAW    987    Sovereignty, Self-Determination, and the Indigenous Nations (3) (ISP 883)
LAW    914    Federal Indian Law (3) (ISP 824)
LAW    879    Comparative Law (3) (ISP 876)
LAW    975    Public Lands and Natural Resources (3) (ISP 877)
LAW    967    Native American Natural Resources (3) (ISP 882)
LAW    974    Public International Law (3)
LAW    ___    Special Topics in American Indian Law (3) (courses taught on occasion such as Indian Gaming)
LAW    998    Tribal Judicial Support Clinic (2 or 3)

Master’s Courses That Count Toward J.D.

Students may apply nine (9) credit hours of master’s work toward their J.D. degree from the following courses:
ANTH    562     Mexamerica (LAA 302 / LAA 602)
ANTH    603     Shamanism Past and Present
ANTH    775     Seminar Cultural Anthropology: Indigenous Development Latin America (LAA 602)
GEOG    570    Geography of American Indians
GEOG    571    Topics: Indigenous Cartographies
HIST    890      Collqm American Hist 1492-1800
ISP    601/801  Indigenous Peoples of the World
ISP    614         Decolonizing Narratives
ISP    800         Indigenous Issues in the United States
ISP    804         Smnr: Issues in the study of Native American Religious Traditions (REL 775 / AMS 998)
POLS    684      Internatl Law:State&Individual (GIST 750 / GIST 501)


Follow Us
   
Local Events

Dine (Navajo) Ethnobotany Presented by Visiting Native Scholar Arnold Clifford, Ethnobotanist
Thursday, April 27 | 2:30 p.m.
Wescoe 1007, KU campus
Sponsored by Haskell Indian Nations University K-INBRE Visiting Scholar Program, KU Indigenous Studies and Environmental Studies programs, and Climate Change and Indigenous Communities EPSCoR Project

Understanding Free Speech on a University Campus
Tuesday, April 25 | 7 p.m.
The Commons, Spooner Hall
1340 Jayhawk Blvd., Lawrence, KS
thecommons.ku.edu

Indigeneity and Contemporary Art Featuring HOCK E AYE VI Edgar Heap of Birds and Shanna Ketchum-Heap of Birds
Wednesday, April 26 | 3:30 p.m.-5 p.m.
Brosseau Center for Learning, Spencer Museum of Art
Visiting artist Edgar Heap of Birds and scholar Shanna Ketchum-Heap of Birds deliver two lectures on contemporary Native art. Edgar, named a Distinguished KU Alumnus in 2014, discusses native public art and studio practices, and Shanna, instructor at the University of Oklahoma, focuses on the landscapes of Kent Monkman.
Sponsored by the Hall Distinguished Professor in American Culture endowment, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Department of American Studies, Indigenous Studies Program, and Spencer Museum of Art

11th Annual AIHREA O.N.E. Pow Wow 
Friday, May 5 | Grand Entry 6 p.m.
Saturday, May 6 | Grand Entry 1 p.m.
Johnson County Community College Gymnasium
​Overland Park, KS
http://aihrea.org/#/aihrea-one.html

Haskell Commencement Pow Wow
May 19-20 | Times TBD

Home to 50+ departments, centers, and programs, the School of the Arts, and the School of Public Affairs and Administration
KU offers courses in 40 languages
No. 1 ranking in city management and urban policy —U.S. News and World Report
One of 34 U.S. public institutions in the prestigious Association of American Universities
Nearly $290 million in financial aid annually
44 nationally ranked graduate programs.
—U.S. News & World Report
Top 50 nationwide for size of library collection.
—ALA
23rd nationwide for service to veterans —"Best for Vets," Military Times
KU Today