First Nations Studies Courses
First Nations Studies courses are taught from an interdisciplinary approach. Subjects such as archaeology, anthropology, biology, criminology, environmentalism, fine arts, health and social sciences, law, literature, history, political science, womens’ studies, and more, and their relationship with aboriginal constructs that are often explored and closely studied.
The full online catalogue of First Nations Studies programs and courses is available in the online SFU Academic Calendar.
Latest/Upcoming Course Offerings: Click [ HERE ] for details of FNST course offerings in the FALL 2017 academic term.
For the Highlights List: See below.
See also Enrollment Notes webpage for prerequisites, course use, Directed courses procedures, and other details.
Thank you very much for your interest in First Nations Studies!
Fall 2017 - Highlights
- Courses with Breadth Requirements:
FNST 101 Introduction to First Nations Studies (3)
FNST 201W Canadian Aboriginal Peoples' Perspectives on History (3)
- Courses W-Writing Requirements: FNST 201W-3
- NEW!! FNST 286-3 D100 Indigenous Peoples and British Columbia: An Introduction NEW!!
- Spaces available: FNST 401-3 C100 & FNST 433 D100
See Course Outlines (under FNST) for details and enrollment instructions.
(**Some courses have prerequisites waived this term.)
Vancouver Campus Courses: FALL 2017
FNST 329-3 E100 VANCR
Sexuality and Gender: Indigenous Perspectives
This page last updated: 1 SEP 2017.