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MSW Aboriginal Field of Study

The first Master of Social Work program in Canada rooted in a wholistic Indigenous world view and contemporary social work practice. The goal is to develop social work practitioners who demonstrate an understanding of and respect for the history, traditions and culture of the Indigenous peoples of Canada. This unique program includes the use of Indigenous elders, a traditional circle process, and Indigenous ceremonies.

2014 ADMISSIONS *Deadline EXTENDED*

MSW Aboriginal Field of Study full-time & part-time application deadline: We will continue to accept applications until all the positions in the program are filled or until May 1, 2014.

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*NEW* Part-time offering in partnership with Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute.  For more info click here

 


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Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute & MSW, Aboriginal Field of Study - A New Partnership!
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People as Books!  The first Indigenous Living Library event Hosted at Laurierís Waterloo Campus People as Books! The first Indigenous Living Library event Hosted at Laurierís Waterloo Campus
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New logo tells the story of the AFS program New logo tells the story of the AFS program
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Gale Cyr joins AFS as Elder-in-Residence Gale Cyr joins AFS as Elder-in-Residence
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Aboriginal Field of Study provides culturally infused program Aboriginal Field of Study provides culturally infused program
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2013-2014 Term Dates


Fall: September 9, 2013-December 2, 2013

Winter: January 6, 2014-March 31, 2014

Spring: April 21, 2014-June 23, 2014