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Indigenous Nationhood (IN)

Study Indigenous nationhood to gain an interdisciplinary perspective on the intersections of governance, politics and law. You’ll gain advanced theoretical, methodological and applied understandings of Indigenous nationhood. This certificate will give you the skills to become a researcher, scholar and community leader.

You can take this certificate as a stand-alone program or combine it with a graduate degree in Indigenous governance, political science or law.

Expected length Project and/or thesis Course-based
1 year No Yes

Quick facts

Program options:
Certificate
Study options:
Full-time study
Dynamic learning:
Other: Flexible, distance or intensive

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Need help?

Contact Jerahlene Matibag at igov@uvic.ca or 250-721-6438.

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