Aboriginal programs mark milestones in serving students, communities

Kristine Wray paints the tipi raised to commemorate the 25th anniversary of UAlberta's Faculty of Native Studies. (Photo: Richard Siemens)

Reading with the Mayor (video)

Cree language instructor Dorothy Thunder and Mayor Don Iveson read 'Little You'

Reconciliation and Beyond...

Journey with a group of Indigenous youth as they discover their connection to the Indian Residential School legacy.

The Faculty of Native Studies offers four degree programs, a Master of Arts in Native Studies and two certificate programs, plus a multitude of classes

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Master of Arts in Native Studies

The Faculty of Native Studies distinctively combines Aboriginal community knowledge and concerns with the scholarly standards and methods of a research-intensive university.

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Native Studies is a student-centred, research-oriented faculty that provides a common ground for all students regardless of ethnic background to:

  • Learn 
  • Research 
  • Explore 
  • Critically examine

...the historical and contemporary experiences of Native peoples and communities, and their relationships with Canada and other countries.

Why Native Studies

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Support for our teaching and research means our students will be better prepared to lead and excel in their chosen fields when they graduate.

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