Graduate Diploma in Northern Studies (Type 2 and Type 3) (3.0 credits)

The following courses are required:

  1. NRTH 5008 [0.0] Introductory Northern Field Course
  2. NRTH 5000 [1.0] Core Seminar: Northern Environments, Northern Societies, Northern Policy
  3. NRTH 5001 [1.0] Core Seminar: Northern and Arctic Issues

AND 0.5 credit from:

  • GEOG 5003 [0.5] Critical Approaches to Qualitative Inquiry
  • PECO 5001 [0.5] The Methodology of Political Economy
  • SOCI 5105 [0.5] Selected Topics in Social Research
  • GEOG 5001 [0.5] Modeling Environmental Systems
  • OR another course in research methods approved by the Program Supervisor

AND 0.5 credit from:

  • ANTH 4610 [0.5] Advanced Studies in Indigenous Peoples of North America: Current Issues in Anthropological Research
  • ANTH 5004 [0.5] Ecological Anthropology
  • ANTH 5106 [0.5] North American Indigenous Peoples
  • ANTH 5208 [0.5] Anthropology of Indigeneity
  • CDNS 5101 [0.5] Indigenous Peoples, Canada and the North
  • CDNS 5700 [0.5] Arctic Passages: The Changing Dynamics of Canada’s North
  • ERTH 5309 [0.5] Glacial and Periglacial Geology
  • GEOG 4013 [0.5] Cold Region Hydrology
  • GEOG 4017 [0.5] Global Biogeochemical Cycles
  • GEOG 4108 [0.5] Permafrost
  • GEOG 5303 [0.5] Geocryology
  • GEOG 5600 [0.5] Empire and Colonialism
  • GEOG 5804 [0.5] Geographic Information Systems
  • NRTH 5009 [0.5] Field Course in Canada’s North
  • PADM 5224 [0.5] Aboriginal Policy
  • PADM 5614 [0.5] Natural Resource Management

Applicants may apply for advanced standing in the epistemology/methods course and the elective course.

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