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Thunder Bay • Orillia

Honours Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Learning Major) (TB)

Four Year program

First Year:
(a) Indigenous Learning 1100 and 1310
(b) One FCE from Type A courses
(c) Two FCEs from Type B courses
(d) One-half FCE electives

Second Year:
(a) Indigenous Learning 2805
(b) One FCE in Indigenous Learning at the second year level
(c) Three FCE electives

Third Year:
(a) Indigenous Learning 3501 and 3100
(b) One FCE in Indigenous Learning at the third year level
(c) Two FCE electives

Fourth Year:
(a) Indigenous Learning 4111 and 4112
(b) One FCE in Indigenous Learning at the fourth year level
(c) Three FCE electives at second year level or higher

(A) Specialization in Governance
By the beginning of the second year students will select the Specialization in Governance in consultation with the Chair of the Department of Indigenous Learning. The selection will be noted on students' transcripts. Students must successfully complete 2.5 FCEs from the courses listed below.

Indigenous Learning 2302 - Transfer of Educational Jurisdiction (1 FCE)
Indigenous Learning 2433 - Native People and the Government
Indigenous Learning 2434 - Traditional Decision-Making
Indigenous Learning 2811 - Corporation and the Status Indian
Indigenous Learning 3233 - Resistance and Indigenous People
Indigenous Learning 3235 - Indigenous Peoples and Self-Determination

(B) Specialization in Community Development
By the beginning of the second year students will select the Specialization in Community Development in consultation with the Chair of the Department of Indigenous Learning. The selection will be noted on students' transcripts. Students must successfully complete 2.5 FCEs from the courses listed below.

Indigenous Learning 2054 or Natural Resources Management 2054 - Aboriginal Peoples and Natural Resources
Indigenous Learning 2313 - Native People and the Urban Community
Indigenous Learning 2317 - A Critical Approach to Community Development
Indigenous Learning 2318 - Social Economy and Community Economic Development
Indigenous Learning 2331 - Comparative Community Development

(C) Specialization in Health and Well-Being
By the beginning of the second year students will select the Specialization in Health and Well-Being in consultation with the Chair of the Department of Indigenous Learning. The selection will be noted on students' transcripts. Students must successfully complete 2.5 FCEs from the courses listed below.

Indigenous Learning 2315 - Community Well-Being
Indigenous Learning 2710 - Indigenous Health Philosophy
Indigenous Learning 3612 or Women's Studies 3612 - Indigenous Women and Health
Indigenous Learning 3711 - Contemporary Health Issues
Indigenous Learning 3713 - Western Science and the Health of the Aboriginal Community
Indigenous Learning 4411 or Social Work 4411 - Social Work Practice and Aboriginal People