We are an interdisciplinary undergraduate program that examines key issues that impact local and global First Nations peoples (Read More)
Students will learn Mohawk and will examine the relationships of that language to various culturally relevant concepts.
Learn Ojibway through sound, vocabulary, sentence structure, storytelling, songs, dances, plays and chants.
FNS 3001G is offered in alternate years. It examines how Indigenous issues are represented in the mass media and provides students the opportunity to examine contemporary issues by Indigenous and non-Native groups through the news broadcast, print, TV and Internet.
This course will examine indigenous concepts of health and well-being extrapolated from and with particular focus on Haudenosaunee definitions of well-being and where Haudenosaunee health and well-being emanates from.
Details on the course will be posted soon.