HUMS 1771 Introduction to First Nations Studies and Human Service Practice

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Distance

Students examine the historical and continuing process of colonization in Canada, and the resulting societal, political, linguistic, spiritual, and cultural impacts that are challenging Indigenous people today. The development of cultural understanding and the beginning of culturally competent practice occur in this course. Additional topics include self-government, cultural healing and empowerment, and human service practice in Indigenous communities. Prerequisites: Admission to the Human Service Diploma Program or permission of the Program Coordinator.
Note: Students cannot get credit for more than one of HUMS 1770, HUMS 1771.
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