Joint Majors

Archaeology and Indigenous Studies

In Archaeology and Indigenous Studies, you will focus on ancient and contemporary First Nations cultures in British Columbia and North America. You will learn about Aboriginal views of the modern world including First Nations issues in archaeology, cultural heritage, resource management, government relations and land claims.

This program will also train you in material culture studies, techniques and technologies to analyze the ancient and historic past, ancient and modern artistic traditions, conservation and management of archaeological and museum collections, and other public exhibits related to First Nations heritage.

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Linguistics and Indigenous Studies

Linguistics and Indigenous Studies focus your learning on the languages and cultures of British Columbia and North American First Nations people. Here, you will build an in-depth understanding of at least one First Nations language and develops your skills related to language teaching and curriculum development.

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To enroll or for more information, please contact the Indigenous Studies' academic advisor.