Folklore et ethnologie
Gain insightful knowledge from the roots of a rich heritage
What topics will be covered?
The program consists of six thematic pillars:
- Intangible cultural heritage and digital media
- Territories, culture and heritage
- Habitat, culture and environment
- Heritage community and cultural development
- Ethnology of diversity and mobility
- Ethnographic terrains, methods and cultural agency: action-research; creation-research, intervention-research
What values are gained?
Students who are interested in Francophone heritage will develop observation and analytical abilities, along with good communication skills.
Telephone: 705.673.5661 x 251
Office: Secretary: Suzanne Paquin, 705.673.5661 x 315
All courses in this program are offered in French, which allows students to develop their language skills, and this added value in turn increases their chances to find employment after graduation.
Graduates of the program have a better appreciation of Francophone cultural heritage and its influence on society.
A 3-year program leads to a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Folklore et ethnologie.
Program offered through full- or part-time studies over three sessions (spring, fall, winter).
Program offered entirely on campus and/or through distance education.
Students who are interested in Francophone heritage will develop their observation and analytical abilities along with their communication skills.
For Current Students
The degree options listed below are for the upcoming academic year, not the current academic year. If you are a current student looking for which courses to take in order to complete your degree options from a previous academic year's curriculum, please consult with an academic advisor.