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LAKEHEAD CALENDAR 2009-2010

Lakehead 2009-2010 Academic Units Undergraduate Programs and Courses Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities Department of Indigenous Learning
Department of Indigenous Learning
Associate Professor and Chair D. McPherson
Professor R. Farrell
Associate Professors D. McPherson,
  R.S. Robson
Assistant Professsor K. Burnett (History)

The Department of Indigenous Learning draws on the perspective of Indigenous peoples to provide programming to students so they may better understand contemporary issues. To do so the Department of Indigenous Learning offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree (Indigenous Learning Major), the Honours Bachelor of Arts degree (Indigenous Learning Major), and a minor in Indigenous Learning combined with another discipline.

The Department of Indigenous Learning subscribes to the concept that a well rounded educational experience is gained through a combination of disciplines. Therefore, students are encouraged to select electives which prepare them to enter fourth year undergraduate courses in another discipline or to proceed to graduate work in their chosen field upon successful completion of the Honours program in Indigenous Learning.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

See Requirements for Admission to Undergraduate Degree Programs in the Admission Requirements section of this Calendar.

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS

See the University Regulations section and the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations section of this Calendar for conditions to enter, proceed in, and graduate from these programs.