|Language:||English (Some courses are also available in French)|
|Options:||Minor, Concentration, Major, Specialization|
|Delivery:||On campus full time or part time; courses are also available via distance education.|
The Indigenous Studies program provides a unique perspective that pertains to such disciplines as anthropology, linguistics, philosophy, psychology, religious studies and sociology. The program, housed at the University of Sudbury – a federated partner of Laurentian University – is dedicated to the revival of Indigenous self-determination and the renewal of Indigenous thought and languages. It promotes the rights, values and cultures of Indigenous peoples while developing Indigenous-appropriate approaches to community development and the analysis of national and global issues relating to Indigenous peoples.
Based on Grade 12 4U/M courses:
• 1 English
• 5 other courses
• Minimum average of 70%
Consulting, education, graduate studies in Canadian studies, education, environmental studies, history, humanities, law, language teaching, politics...
Relevant graduate study opportunities at Laurentian:
Credit transfer opportunities are available from other recognized postsecondary institutions and are typically evaluated on an individual basis. Some fast-tracking opportunities also exist.
|This program is part of the Goodman School of Mines. Read more about related programs and offerings here.|