Students must complete at least four courses (12.0 credit hours), including at least one course (3.0 credit hours) at the 3000/4000 level.Students may not double count courses required for the minor in fulfilling requirements for their major or second minor. The four courses comprising the minor must be distinct from any such major or second minor requirements.For students who complete the required courses, the minor will be acknowledged on the official transcript.Minors are available in the Bachelor of Management degree, Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management degree, Professional Diploma in Accounting, Management Certificate and second degrees in Management.
See also the First Nations’ Governance Minor Program Planning Guide.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.Courses Required in the First Nations’ Governance Minor