Website: Department of Native StudiesThe Department of Native Studies offers a graduate program leading to the Master of Arts (M.A.) degree.
Admission requires an Honours degree in Native Studies. Students from allied social science or humanities areas, or from other fields where there has been a focus on Native peoples, will also be considered. All students in this program are required to complete 18 credit units of course work plus a thesis. Required courses are NS 802, NS 803, GSR 960 and GSR 961 (if applicable). Students must also register in NS 990 for one year.
Master of Arts (M.A.)
- B.A Honours degree in Native Studies
- students from allied social science or humanities areas, or from other fields where there has been a focus on Native peoples, will also be considered
Students must maintain continuous registration in the 994 course.
- a minimum of 18 credit units
- Applied Native Studies Research Methods
- Theoretical Issues in Native Studies
- Introduction to Ethics and Integrity
- Ethics and Integrity in Human Research (if applicable)
- if research involves animal subjects
Special Case Ph.D.
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