IFS 100 - Exploring Indigeneity
Credits: 3 Total Hours: 45
In this course students are supported to engage in self-reflection and self-renewal as they explore their indigeneity. A brief overview of historical realities affecting indigenous peoples in Canada provides a foundation for understanding present realities. The importance of community and land in the lives of aborignal people is also explored.
Notes: Students of Indigenous Ancestry, who meet individual course prerequisites, may take IFS program courses if space available.
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