First Nations' Governance Minor

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Why complete a First Nations' Governance minor?

Want a First Nations’ perspective on management? Learn from highly respected Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal professionals and scholars. When you choose the First Nations’ Governance minor you will gain a better understanding of the opportunities and challenges faced by First Nations’ communities and peoples. A better understanding of on- and off-reserve issues will help you develop managerial, administrative, and leadership skills needed in government, band administration, financial and resource management, and the oil and gas industry.


What courses will I take in a First Nations' Governance minor?

First Nations' Governance Program Planning Guide (pdf)

What programs offer a First Nations' Governance minor?

When you apply to the U of L for admission, you apply to a program (degree or certificate) and a major. A four-course minor in First Nations' Governance is available as an adjunct to all majors except First Nations' Governance in the following programs:

In some cases, achievement of the minor will require a student to take extra courses. For students who complete all the requirements, the minor will be acknowledged on the official transcript.