For the Academic Calendar Programs, and Catalogue of Courses in First Nation Studies go to:
Fall 2017 (Term 1177)*
- FNST 101-3 D100, Introduction to First Nations Studies
- FNST 101-3 C100, Introduction to First Nations Studies (CODE-Online and Distance Education Section)
- FNST 201W-3 D100, Canadian Aboriginal Peoples' Perspectives on History
- FNST 286-3 D100, Indigenous Peoples of BC
- FNST 301-3 D100, Issues in Applied First Nations Studies Research
- FNST 329-3 E100, Sexuality and Gender (Harbour Centre, Vancouver Campus)
- FNST 401-3 C100, Aboriginal Peoples and Public Policy
- FNST 419-3 D100, Aboriginal/Indigenous Justice
- FNST 433-3 D100 Indigenous Environmental Justice/Activism
- FNST 442-3 Directed Readings in First Nations Studies
- FNST 447-3 Directed Studies in First Nations Studies
For Fall 2017 Course Outlines visit the SFU Course Outlines Search website.
For Fall 101 & FNST 101 online & distance course outline, click C100.
For Fall 401 online & distance course outline, click C100.
FNST Course Outlines : https://www.sfu.ca/outlines.
Bill Reid and the Skidegate Pole.
Photo: George F. MacDonald, 1978
Used with permission of the Bill Reid Centre for Northwest Coast Art Studies.
Online and Distance Education Courses
- FNST 101-3* Introduction to First Nations Studies - Fall 2017.
- FNST 401-3 Aboriginal Peoples and Public Policy - Fall 2017.
Special Addition (an elective course)
FNST 286-3 D100
Other courses of interest this term:
Check out :
FNST 401 C100
FNST 442 or FNST 447 Enrolment: Students must have a supervisor in place before enrolling in these Directed courses. For the FNST 442 & FNST 447 project proposal application, click here .
*FNST 101 (or FNST 201)'s section is listed as a C100 section when offered as an online and distance education courses
Students must complete these pre-requisites before enrollment permission is granted.
* This print: June 21, 2017. Course offerings are subject to changes.
Please refer to the Student Information System (SIS) at sis.sfu.ca for latest details.
**FNST 222-3, when offered, may have non-regular FNST prerequisite requirements. Please contact Department Advisor for details or enrollment permission.
+ FNST 462-4 Indigenous Oral Testimony: This course may be taken to meet the requirement for the 'Indigenous/First Nations Perspectives (choose one of) upper division requirements for the Environmental Resource Management (ERM)Major.
## Priority enrollment:
FNST Academic Programs (FNST)'s Plan-declared students have first priority enrollment into FNST courses.