Program Planning


Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management - First Nations' Governance Sample Sequencing Plan (2009 / 2010)

Below is a suggested sequence plan for the Post-Diploma B.Mgt. First Nations' Governance program.

Prerequisites and corequisites as of 2009/2010 are given in parentheses below each applicable course; where more than one prerequisite/corequisite is required, items are separated by semi-colons. Check the current Calendar/Timetable for current prerequisites and corequisites.

Year 3, Fall
One of: Blackfoot 1000
Cree 1000
Native American Studies 1000
Statistics 1770
(prereqs: One of Pure MATH 30 or MATH 301)
One of: Writing 1000 or a university English course
Social Science Course
 
Year 3, Spring
Management 3050/Political Science 3420
(prereqs: One of WRIT 1000 or a university English course)
Management 3061
(prereqs: MGT 2030; MGT 2060)
(coreqs: One of WRIT 1000 or a university English course)
Native American Studies 2100
(prereqs: NAS 1000)
One of: Native American Studies 2400
(prereqs: NAS 1000)
Native American Studies 2800
(prereqs: NAS 1000)
Science Course
Year 4, Fall
Management 3031
(prereqs: One of WRIT 1000 or a university English course)
Subfield Course2
(prereqs: see current Calendar)
Subfield Course2
(prereqs: see current Calendar)
Management Elective - 3000/4000 level
Elective - Non-Management
Year 4, Spring
Management 4090
(prereqs: 4th-year standing; MGT 3031; MGT 3050/POLI 3420; MGT 3061)
Subfield Course2
(prereqs: see current Calendar)
Subfield Course2
(prereqs: see current Calendar)
Management Elective - 3000/4000 level
Elective - Non-Management
1. Instead of Pure Mathematics 30 or Mathematics 30, students may use UofL's Mathematics 0500, or both Applied Mathematics 30 and a minimum grade of 75% in Athabasca University's Mathematics 101.
2. Subfield Courses: Students must complete a minimum of four courses from one of the following subfield lists: List 1 - Community, Gender, and Traditional Knowledge; List 2 - Government, Organizations, and Politics; List 3 - History and Law. Refer to the 2009/2010 University of Lethbridge Calendar for complete subfield lists (p. 232).
 

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