School of Canadian Studies

Carleton’s School of Canadian Studies has a long history of advancing cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and teaching on Canada, its colonial history, Indigenous peoples, and the various groups who occupy the country.

Explore our undergraduate, graduate and doctorate academic programs.

Indigenous Policy and Administration

Through this graduate program, professionals working in the field of Indigenous governance or administration will become proficient at producing evidence for making enlightened public policy decisions and incorporating community-based, Indigenous knowledge in your work.

Our graduate programs in Indigenous Policy and Administration can be completed as a Graduate Diploma or as a concentration.

Indigenous Enriched Support Program

The Indigenous Enriched Support Program (IESP) is designed for First Nations (status and non-status), Métis and Inuit learners who wish to pursue post-secondary education.

Students take first year credit courses while benefiting from a supportive environment. Upon completion of the program, students will qualify and be supported in the process of applying for a degree program.

Indigenous Initiatives at Sprott

The Sprott School of Business community has undertaken Sprott-specific Indigenous initiatives, including the establishment of scholarships and bursaries for Indigenous students, the Sprott Indigenous Student Club and an innovation partnership with Indigenous Works.