Faculty of Humanities : Indigenous Studies Program
The Indigenous Studies Program offers Major, General and Minor programs leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree. Students may also undertake the Major in Indigenous Studies together with a Major program in another department (see Double Major Program), or with a Major in another faculty (see Interfaculty Program). By completing the requirements for the General Program together with a Major or Honours program in another department or faculty, students may obtain a Minor (see Minor Program).
IS 101: Indigenous Foundations
IS 201: Introduction to Indigenous Studies
IS 301: Critical Indigenous Theory
IS 310A: LE,NONET Preparation Seminar or IS 310B: Indigenous Studies Preparation Seminar
IS 350: Methods, Ethics, Protocols
IS 400: Research Seminar in Indigenous Studies
IS 450: Indigenous Studies in the Field
Breadth Area Four: Community and Land-Based Learning: ANTH 380, ES 470, GEOG 453, IED 473, IS 320, IS 321, IS 391D, IS 491D, GNDR 308, LING 379, Haida Gwaii Education Society courses (BCCAT articulation), Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning (BCCAT articulation).
IS 101: Indigenous Foundations
IS 201: Introduction to Indigenous Studies
IS 400: Research Seminar in Indigenous Studies