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Ba indigenous studies optional co op in University of fraser valley

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Develop your heart, mind, body, and spirit with a Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Studies, based on Indigenous philosophies and ways of knowing. In accordance with the teachings of the medicine wheel, courses are organized into four themes: Indigenous history, social relations and governance, land and culture, and world view and spirituality. Through a blend of language learning, Indigenous peoples' knowledge, and other multi-disciplinary courses, the program equips you to address the challenges Indigenous communities are facing on the path to self-determination, including land claims, resource management, socio-economic development, policy development, cultural empowerment, and Indigenous resurgence.

Must completed the equivalent of Canadian Grade 12 (Form Six or five O-levels plus at least two A-levels) or near-equivalent standing, high school transcript(s) and proof of graduation, post-secondary transcript(s) from all institutions attended, IELTS (Academic) - score of 6.5 or higher with a minimum band score of 6.0, TOEFL of 88 or higher (iBT) with no section below 20, CAEL - score of 70, PTE - score of 61 with 60 in writing, MELAB - score of 85, Cambridge - Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) min C, CanTEST - score of 4.5 with a minimum writing score of 4.0

Careers at Indigenous organizations, First Nations communities, Aboriginal community liaison offices, Community Services, Government agencies, School districts


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