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9.38 RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM (FIRST NATIONS UNIVERSITY OF CANADA)

9.38.0 FACULTY

Fidji Gendron, BSc (Sherbrooke), PhD (Montréal),  Assistant Professor of Biology and Coordinator of Resource and Environmental Studies, First Nations University of Canada

9.38.1 GENERAL INFORMATION AND ADMISSION

The Bachelor of Arts in Resource and Environmental Studies is a joint program with SIAST, Woodland Campus and First Nations University of Canada.

Completion of the SIAST, Woodland Campus, Resource and Environmental Law Diploma is required for admission to this program. Students will be granted 60 credit hours of block transfer credit for completion of the SIAST diploma. The remaining 60 credit hours must be completed at the University of Regina.

9.38.2 BA IN RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (BARES)

Credit hours BA in Resource and Environmental Studies, required courses Student's record of courses completed
60.0 Block Transfer credit for SIAST Resource and Environmental Law diploma (required for admission to program).  
Major Requirements
Environmental Core
3.0 BIOL 100  
3.0 BIOL 101  
3.0 ENHS 340  
3.0 ENHS 350  
3.0 GEOG 100  
3.0 GEOG 226  
3.0

Two of:
BIOL 276, ECON 273, 372, ENHS 400, 440, GEOG 326, PHIL 275, SOC 230,

 
3.0  
3.0 WGST 201  
Human Justice Core
3.0 JS 210  
3.0 JS 312  
Indigenous Studies Core
3.0 INDG 100  
3.0 INDG 225  
3.0 INDG 236  
3.0 ‘Indian Language’ 100  
3.0 ‘Indian Language’ 101  
45.0 Subtotal: 65% major GPA required
Arts Core Requirements
3.0 ENGL 100  
3.0 ENGL 110  
3.0 One course in logic or math  
3.0 One course in fine arts  
3.0 One course from List A  
Remaining core requirements (List B, science, second language, and courses in a new subject in arts, fine arts, or science) are fulfilled by major courses. Refer to 9.9.1.1 for detailed information on the Arts Core Requirements.
15.0 Subtotal
120.0 Total: 60% PGPA required
*The Environmental Health and Science Program has agreed to waive the pre-requisites for ENHS courses for students in the BA in Resource and Environmental Studies program.
For all other courses, students are required to take the prerequisite courses as extra courses, or get permission from the department head to take the course without the prerequisite.

 

 

 


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