|Co-ordinator(s)||Assistant Director, Modern Languages|
|Languages Offered||Anishinaabemowin||Full Course List|
|Placement Test||Required for students with previous knowledge||More details|
Which languages are offered?
Our Languages Less Commonly Taught vary from year to year. Not all courses are offered every term. Search the Carleton Central and/or the Public Class Schedule to find out which courses are being offered during the semester you are interested in.
“Languages Less Commonly Taught” are listed under the course code “LANG” on Carleton Central. In order to find it, search for a category called “Language Studies”. But when you register, make sure you choose the correct section because each section refers to a different language.
See something you like? If you have any further questions about the course(s), we invite you to contact our Assistant Director (Celia Young) for more information.
Anishinaabemowin is a member of the Algonquian language family and is the third most commonly spoken Indigenous language in Canada after Cree and Inuktitut. Spoken with some variation by a number of tribes (Algonquin, Ojibwe, Chippewa, and Odawa), then language was used historically as a trade language throughout the Great Lakes and surrounding river systems.
How to register
If you are already a Carleton student, you can register as you would normally register in any course using Carleton Central.
If are a returning Carleton student, you must complete this form and be approved before you can register.
And if you have never been a student at Carleton and want to take this course, you will need to first apply to become a “Special Student”. This costs $52 and requires proof of English proficiency. After you submit your application, if all is in order, approval usually takes approximately 3-5 business days. After you have been approved, you can go ahead and register for the class on Carleton Central.