University of Victoria
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Course Schedule

FIRST TERM: September to December

Course/Program

Instructor

Date

Time

Location

New Student
Orientation

New MAIG students
are required to attend.

IGOV Faculty &       Staff

 

 

Wednesday

Sept.4, 2013

10:00 am -
12:00 pm

First Peoples House, Room 160

 

IGOV 520: Indigenous Governance

Dr. Taiaiake Alfred

Thursdays

1st class: Sept. 5, 2013

 

10:00 am -
2:30 pm

HSD A250

IGOV 530: Indigenous Research Methods

Dr. Jeff Corntassel

Tuesdays

1st class: Sept.10, 2013

10:00 am -
2:30 pm

HSD A250

IGOV 575: Mentorship

Each student will     work with their     respective    Supervisors

Wednesdays

1st class: Sept.11, 2013

TBA

TBA

*No classes will be held during the week of October 14 (following Thanksgiving) or on November 11-13 (Reading Break).

SECOND TERM - January to April

Course/Program Instructor Date Time Location

IGOV 540: Indigenous Resurgence

Dr. Taiaiake Alfred

Thursdays

First Class: Jan 9, 2014

10:00 am -
2:30 pm

HSD A250

IGOV 550: Indigenous People and Self Determination

Dr. Jeff Corntassel

Tuesdays

First Class Jan 7, 2014

10:00 am -
2:30 pm

HSD A250

IGOV 575: Mentorship

Each student will      work with their      Supervisor

Wednesdays

TBA

TBA

 

*No classes will be held during the week of February 10 (Reading Break).

SUMMER SESSION - May-August

Course/Program Instructor Date Time Location
IGOV 560: Indigenous Peoples and Globalization Jeff Corntassel
TBA - Month of May, (2014) Intensive
TBA
TBA

Our Programs

Master of Arts in Indigenous Governance (MAIG)

The Master of Arts in Indigenous Governance (MAIG) is an interdisciplinary program focused on traditional structures and ways of governance and encompassing the values, perspectives, concepts, and principles of Indigenous political cultures. Through teaching and research that respects both western and Indigenous traditions, methods, and forms of knowledge, students are provided with a strong foundation of basic and applied scholarly research with an emphasis on the nature and context of Indigenous governance and Indigenous-State relations in Canada and internationally.

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PhD Degree by Special Arrangement

The Faculty of Graduate Studies along with the Indigenous Governance Program (IGOV) offers the selected opportunities for students to pursue a PhD degree by Special Arrangement. The Special Arrangement degree program is available for Indigenous Governance students, as the program does not currently offer a regular Ph.D. degree program. For more information about this program.

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Our FACULTY

IGOV is a part of the Faculty of Human and Social Development (HSD).

For more information on the faculty, see: http://www.hsd.uvic.ca/

To learn more about research in HSD, please click here.


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