O que eu aprenderei?

The Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Governance aims to build northern leadership capacity by providing students with the values, knowledge and skills to work collaboratively within the unique governance landscape of the North.

The program focuses on northern issues, and western and Indigenous worldviews. Using an Indigenous lens, students will analyze the evolution of Indigenous self-determination and self-government in Canada and internationally, with a focus on current and past legislation and policy.

A capstone project will focus on the task of integrating theoretical knowledge of policy, governance and self-determination with practical methods in an applied and northern context.

Career opportunities

The Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Governance will produce leaders in governments and communities qualified to participate in the northern governance landscape and/or pursue further study in the field.

All students will be equipped for management and leadership positions in Indigenous governments, municipal and territorial governments, as well as non-profit organizations operating in the context of Indigenous governance.

Students already holding these positions will refine their professional skills through academic research and practical applications.

Distance learning

Many of the Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Governance courses are available through Distance Learning using web-conferencing or online courses. Students may participate in classes from home, any of our Yukon University campuses, or other off-campus locations.

De qual departamento farei parte?

School of Academic and Skill Development

Opções de estudo

Período integral (3 anos)

Valores
CAN $400 per credit; Application Fee (non refundable): CAN $100
Data de início

Esperado Janeiro, Setembro 2022

Localização

School of Academic and Skill Development

Yukon University,

500 University Drive,

Whitehorse,

Yukon (YT),

2799, Canada

Requisitos de admissão

Para estudantes internacionais

To be eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Governance, students must hold:

  • Grade 12 graduation with English 12 and Math 10 (Foundations and Pre-calculus, or Workplace Mathematics 10); OR
  • Acceptance into a related post-secondary program at a comparable level to the Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Governance) degree; OR
  • Five years of manager-level work experience with four to five pieces of sample writing for eligibility assessment.

IELTS 6.0 (in Academic Testing. No lower than 6.0 in each section) or
TOEFL iBT – 79

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