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Bachelor's Degree Program

Indigenous Studies

The program is a cross-disciplinary study of Indigenous societies, cultures and knowledge. It is open to both Indigenous and non- indigenous students and explores the history and life of Indigenous people in Saskatchewan, Canada, North America and around the world. It incorporates traditional teachings offered by Elders, as well as traditional perspectives and content.

Indigenous studies courses specifically foster critical thinking skills, written and oral expression and the development of research methods.

Sample Courses

  • Indigenous Political Systems of North America
  • Principles of Indigenous Law
  • Inuit Culture and History
  • Indigenous Systems of Religion and Philosophy
  • Urbanization and the Indigenous Peoples

Career Opportunities

Graduates work as administrators, community developers, government service workers, human rights and justice advocates, historians, lobbyists, mediator/negotiators and politicians.

Website: www.fnuniv.ca

Quick Facts

Degree Type: Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Studies Bachelor of Arts Honours in Indigenous Studies
Length: 4 years
Location: University of Regina Campion College First Nations University of Canada Luther College
Faculty: Faculty of Arts
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