Native Studies is a student-centred, research-oriented faculty that provides a common ground for all students regardless of ethnic background to:
- Critically examine
...the historical and contemporary experiences of Native peoples and communities, and their relationships with Canada and other countries.
Why Native Studies
Your donation will help enrich the learning environment and provide exceptional experiences for all students in Native Studies.
Support for our teaching and research means our students will be better prepared to lead and excel in their chosen fields when they graduate.
Give to Native Studies
Thinking about a degree in Native Studies? Our undergraduate program application deadline has been extended to July 1, 2016!
As well as the four-year BA or BA (Honors) in Native Studies, we offer combined degrees that allow you to earn a BEd or BSc alongside your BA in just five years. Find out more and apply online here: http://nativestudies.ualberta.ca/pro…/undergraduate-programs
Registration for Spring/Summer courses open! The Faculty of Native Studies will include pre and corequisite checking as part of the course restrictions.
NS 110 HIST PERSPECTIVES NATIVE ST - Spring (3 week - May 9 start)
NS 111 CONTEMPORARY PERSPEC NATIVE ST - Spring (3 week - May 30 start)
NS 152 A&B INTRODUCTORY CREE - Spring
NS 280 SELECTED TOP IN NATIVE STUDIES – Summer (3 week – July 4 start)
Indigenous New Media
NS 420 NEGOTIATION STRATEGIES – Spring (3 week – May 9 start)
Metis Archival Project
Please note that the Metis National Council Historical Online Database is down until further notice. Work is in progress to get the database up and running. Thank you for your patience.