Honours BA Indigenous Studies in Combination with another Honours BA Program

The Combined Honours BA Indigenous Studies program consists of 20.0 credits, including no more than 7.0 at the 100 level. The program must include a minimum of 8.0 credits in approved courses, including the 4.0 required credits and at least 6.0 senior credits.
All students in the program must complete successfully the Foundations Curriculum: BF190, BF199, BF290, BF299.

Required Courses
: (4.0 credits)
ID120/SOJE120, ID201, ID205/SOJE205, ID207, ID227, ID301, ID303, ID400

Electives: (4.0 credits)
AR217 - In Small Things Forgotten: Artifact Analysis
AR219* - Introduction to Field Archaeology
EN280 - Introduction to Indigenous Literatures
ID100 - Indigenous Peoples and Media
ID202 - The Mιtis in Canada - Syncretic Worldviews
ID208/YC208 - Indigenous Play and Games
ID220 - Cultural Teachings Through Language – Basic Mohawk or ID230 - Cultural Teachings Through Language – Basic Anishnaabe
ID302/YC302 - Indigenous Children and Families
ID308 - Indigenous Forms of Justice
ID320 - Cultural Teaching through Language – Intermediate Mohawk or ID330 - Cultural Teaching through Language – Intermediate Anishnaabe
ID350 - Special Topics
ID360 - Indigenous-Settler Relations
ID375 - Indigenous Community Organizing
ID386 - Indigenous Psychology
ID401/YC401 - Indigenous Allyship and Kinship
ID402 - Directed Studies – Readings in Indigenous Studies
ID405 - Indigenous Issues and Anthropology
ID410 - Medicine Garden
NO230 - Decolonizing North America
SOJE355/HR355 - Advancing Racial and Ethnic Equality

Additional Information
Program Regulations

This program will follow the Academic Regulations for all Honours BA programs in the Faculty of Liberal Arts. The major GPA includes all interdisciplinary required and elective courses.