First Nations’ Governance Minor
The five courses required for the minor in First Nations' Governance include:
Native American Studies 1000 - Introduction to Native American Studies
Native American Studies 2300 - North American Indian Art History and Theory
Native American Studies 2100 - Aboriginal Peoples and Law
Management 3500/Native American Studies 3250 - Financial Management in Aboriginal Communities
1 Management 3506/Native American Studies 3506 - Aboriginal Small Business and Entrepreneurship in Canada
Management 3590/Native American Studies 3590 - Current Practices in Aboriginal Governments
1 Management 4507/Native American Studies 4120 - Historical and Legal Aspects of First Nations’ Governments
1 Management 4508/Native American Studies 4150 - Administrative Aspects of First Nations’ Governments
1 Students should be aware that many of the courses have a number of prerequisites which will require taking courses extra to their minimum degree requirements. Students are strongly advised to discuss their programs with an academic advisor early in their programs.
2 Although Management 3806 has no prerequisites, it is normally taken by Management students in their final year. B.F.A. students choosing to complete this course are advised to take it as the fifth and final course in their minor.