Master of arts in Indigenous governance (MAIG)

The MAIG is a rigorous program of studies centered on governance and leadership delivered through a cohort model.  Student's first two semesters will involve studies with 12-18 peers in academic classes, and mentorship classes with a smaller group.  Once classes and mentorship have been completed students are required to complete a major community centered project  working directly with a community on an issue that is mutually beneficial to the student and the community.