Indigenous Studies Option
The Indigenous Studies Option is only available at the Brantford Campus.
The option consists of a minimum of 4.0 credits. Students must complete all required courses (1.0 credit) and a minimum of 3.0 Optional credits. A GPA of 6.00 in the courses included in the Indigenous Studies Option is required to graduate.
Required Courses (1.0 credit)
ID120/CT120 - Indigenous People in a Contemporary World
ID205/CT205 - Indigenous People and Anthropology
A minimum of 3.0 additional credits chosen from the following:
ID201 - Indigenous Perspectives on Global Issues
ID204/CC204 - Aboriginal Peoples and the Law
ID207/WS207 - Indigenous Women
ID227 - The People of the Longhouse
ID280/EN280 - Indigenous Writers in English
ID301 - Indigenous Community Studies
ID303/CO303 - Indigenous Education
ID350 - Special Topics
ID360 - Native – Settler Relations
ID375 - Indigenous Community Organizing
ID400 - Indigenous Research Theories & Methods
ID401 - Indigenous Research Applications
ID450/HS450 - Indigenous Health & Wellness
- No more than 1.0 irregular credit may be counted toward a general degree (only students admitted prior to Sept 1, 2007), and no more than 3.0 irregular credits may be counted towards an honours degree.
- Effective September 2007, the Brantford Campus will offer only two general degrees: a BA without a designation, and a BA in Contemporary Studies. No further designation (major, option or minor) is awarded with these degrees. Minimum progression and graduation for these three general programs are effective September 2005. Students admitted prior to September 2007, who have not allowed an 18-month lapse in course registration and are in good standing in their program/major, may follow the progression regulations that were in effect at the time of their registration in a general major.