Minor in Indigenous Studies

Students enrolled in any degree program may elect to complete a Minor in Indigenous Studies. Introduced in 2006, this Minor consists of 4.0 credits of coursework.  Through interdisciplinary courses in Indigenous Studies that employ innovative approaches to learning and research, students will become familiar with a wide range of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities, histories, cultures, social and political systems, and contemporary issues.  The courses also offer insight into the relationship between settlers and Indigenous peoples, and Indigeneity in a global context.