Indigenous Governance : Admission Requirements
Master of Arts: The Master of Arts in Indigenous Governance is an interdisciplinary program that provides students with a strong foundation of basic and applied scholarly research and a path to understanding government and politics among Indigenous peoples, with a special emphasis on the nature and context of Indigenous governments in Canada.
PhD: IGOV offers a PhD by Special Arrangement for students who wish to pursue more in-depth studies of topics related to Indigenous Governance.
Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Nationhood: The Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Nationhood (IN) provides an opportunity for students to specialize and focus on the intersections of governance, politics and law from a multi-disciplinary perspective. It is an interdisciplinary program with courses taken from IGOV, Political Science and Law. A central aim of the certificate is to train students at an advanced level in the theoretical, methodological and applied aspects of the emerging field of Indigenous Nationhood in ways that will enable them to be future researchers and engaged community members and scholars.