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Indigenous Learning is an interdisciplinary, cross-cultural department open to both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students. Borrowing from subjects including history, geography, anthropology and sociology, this program will examine societal structures and the ways the Indigenous population relates to mainstream populations in Canada.

Throughout our programs we aim to enhance your awareness of Aboriginal life experiences, culture and political issues. We focus on the current reality of Aboriginal Peoples as opposed to the traditional, anthropological approach. While history is a component of your Indigenous Learning studies, it will be within the context of lived implications in order to challenge assumptions and mistaken understandings about Aboriginal Peoples.

As a student you will learn

  • Archival research
  • Census data analysis
  • Cultural awareness
  • Government record analysis
  • Critical thinking skills
  • Written and oral testimony and communications

Career Opportunities

Due to the multidisciplinary nature of our Indigenous Learning programs, our graduates have gone on to pursue very diverse professions including:

  • Teacher
  • Community/Economic Development Officer
  • City Councillor
  • Doctor
  • Social Worker
  • Nurse
  • Translator
  • Journalist
  • Lawyer

Specialization in Governance
By the beginning of the second year students will select the Specialization in Governance in consultation with the Chair of the Department of Indigenous Learning. The selection will be noted on students' transcripts. Students must successfully complete 2.5 FCEs from the courses listed below.

  • Indigenous Learning 2302 - Transfer of Educational Jurisdiction (1 FCE)
  • Indigenous Learning 2433 - Native People and the Government
  • Indigenous Learning 2434 - Traditional Decision-Making
  • Indigenous Learning 2811 - Corporation and the Status Indian
  • Indigenous Learning 3233 - Resistance and Indigenous People
  • Indigenous Learning 3235 - Indigenous Peoples and Self-Determination

Specialization in Community Development
By the beginning of the second year students will select the Specialization in Community Development in consultation with the Chair of the Department of Indigenous Learning. The selection will be noted on students' transcripts. Students must successfully complete 2.5 FCEs from the courses listed below.

  • Indigenous Learning 2054/Natural Resource Management 2054 - Aboriginal Peoples and Natural Resources
  • Indigenous Learning 2313 - Native People and the Urban Community
  • Indigenous Learning 2317 - A Critical Approach to Community Development
  • Indigenous Learning 2318 - Social Economy and Community Economic Development
  • Indigenous Learning 2331 - Comparative Community Development

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6 มกราคม 2020

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Lakehead University

Thunder Bay Campus,

955 Oliver Road,

THUNDER BAY,

Ontario (ON),

P7B 5E1, Canada

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Applicants presenting A-Level examinations with a minimum grade of "C" may be considered for advanced standing. In addition to the above, applicants interested in the four year Bachelor of Engineering degree program must complete the following prerequisite courses: A-Level Mathematics; A-Level Physics; A-Level Chemistry is preferred; however, AS-level Chemistry will be accepted; O-Level English. English Language Requirements : TOEFL - Test of English as a Foreign Language (paper based): Minimum Score: 550 (no component score less than 50); TOEFL (computer based): Minimum Score: 213 (no component score less than 17); TOEFL (internet based): Minimum Score: 80 (no component score less than 19); IELTS - International English Language Testing System: Minimum Score: 6.5 (no individual score less than 6.0); MELAB - Michigan English Language Assessment Battery: Minimum Score: 85; CAEL - Canadian Academic English Language Assessment, CAEL CE - Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (Computer Edition): Minimum Score: 60.

สำหรับนักเรียนนานาชาติ

To be considered for admission to a Lakehead University undergraduate program, you will need the following:

Successful graduation from an academic secondary school program or equivalent. To find out what the equivalent is in your country, refer to our Admission Requirements by Country chart on University site.

Equivalent of a minimum 70% overall final average (Canadian).

Note: Meeting the minimum admission requirements is not a guarantee of admission.

TOEFL - Test of English as a Foreign Language (paper based): Minimum Score: 550 (no component score less than 50); TOEFL (computer based): Minimum Score: 213 (no component score less than 17); TOEFL (internet based): Minimum Score: 80 (no component score less than 19); IELTS (academic test) - International English Language Testing System: Minimum Score: 6.5 (no individual score less than 6.0); MELAB - Michigan English Language Assessment Battery: Minimum Score: 85; CAEL - Canadian Academic English Language Assessment, CAEL CE - Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (Computer Edition): Minimum Score: 60

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