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Indigenous Studies

Indigenous Studies (ID) engages students with Indigenous worlds. The program provides an understanding of contemporary issues as they relate to Indigenous peoples. Employing a holistic approach, this program fosters a greater understanding of Indigenous peoples, their history and their place in the world

This program can be done in combination with a number of Brantford campus programs, such as Criminology, Human Rights and Human Diversity, Youth and Children's Studies, or Public Health (BA). An Indigenous Studies option and an Indigenous Studies minor are also available. Indigenous Studies cannot be taken as a single major.

Community Service-Learning

Community Service-Learning (CSL) offers you the opportunity to integrate service in the community with academic content. Through service-learning placements or projects at local organizations, you will fuse classroom learning with hands-on experience. You can do CSL through ID410, as well as through electives.

Contact Us:

Program Coordinator: Lianne Leddy

E: lleddy@wlu.ca
T: 519.756.8228 x4848
Office Location: RCE317, Research and Academic Centre East, Brantford Campus

Academic Program Assistant: Celine Taillefer-Travers

E: ctravers@wlu.ca
T: 519.756.8228 x5979
Office Location: RCE312

Info for Future Students

BA in Indigenous Studies