The Certificate in Indigenous Learning consists of the study of Indigenous history, culture, and values and strives to increase awareness/appreciation of the life experience of Indigenous Peoples with a view to creating an environment of understanding and trust amongst all Peoples.
Registration is available through Enrolment Services.
The program consists of 4 FCE in Indigenous Learning:
(a) Indigenous Learning 1100
(b) Indigenous Learning 2805
(c) One FCE in Indigenous Learning at the second-year level
(d) One FCE in Indigenous Learning at the third-year level
On completion of all 4 FCEs with an overall average of 60%, registrants will be awarded a Certificate in Indigenous Learning.
Information about Lakehead University's program-specific prerequisites, required documentation, and deadlines are important for you to understand and be aware of as you move forward in the process.
Depending on your academic background and the programs you are interested in studying, the admission requirements and application details will vary. Carefully review the requirements and steps involved to ensure a smooth application process. Get ready to start your application today!
Upon successful completion, you will be awarded a Lakehead University Certificate.
If you are new to Lakehead, you may have a lot of questions about fees and financing your education. It’s important that you know the fees policy, costs, and due dates of your fees well in advance!
Whether you are a new learner arriving to campus for the first time, getting ready to graduate or anything in between, Lakehead University’s Student Central provides you with a more convenient way to conduct your business and access support in one central location. Here, you will be able to access everything you need - from enrolling at Lakehead through to course registration, financial support, academic advising and so much more.
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For questions relating to admissions requirements and academic course registration, please contact the dedicated, cross-trained Student Central Professionals at Lakehead University’s Student Central.