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Indigenous *Minors*


How am I a Helper? Explore diverse knowledge systems, perspectives, cultural insights and strengths and immerse yourself in Anishnaabemowin, earth-based teaching and experiential learning.

Hosted in the School of Liberal Arts the Indigenous Interdisciplinary Minor draws elective courses from History, English, Anthropology, Psychology, Indigenous Social Work, and Integrated Studies; students will analyze and articulate the historical and contemporary impacts of colonialism within the context of Indigenous self-determination, and reconciliation efforts in Canada and globally.

Hosted in the School of Liberal Arts the Anishnaabemowin Land Based Immersion Minor offers Anishnaabe earth-based courses in the four seasons and corresponding with the four directions and center hub teaching model; the courses focus on oral, participatory, and immersive language learning.

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Groundbreaking new 6-credit Indigenous course:
Anishnaabemowin Land-Based Immersion: Bngishmok: The Western Direction

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