Our Indigenous Studies course provides an overview of the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada, beginning with pre-contact and moving through the centuries to more recent events (including the Truth and Reconciliation Commission process, report, and recommendations). Explore the complexities of Indigenous identity in Canada, and examine the historical context of specific government policies and the influence of those policies on past and current conditions for Indigenous people.
General Education Elective Credit:
This Continuing Education course is accepted as credit towards the General Education Elective requirements of most full-time diploma and certificate programs. Make sure you check with the General Electives Office at LASelectives@georgebrown.ca before you register to make sure it meets the General Education elective requirements for your program.
You will have the most success in this course if you already have Grade 12 English before you start this course.
Disclaimer: Continuing Education courses do not have a reading (intersession) week.
Full Time Equivalent
Hours and Fees
- Contact Information
- Liberal Studies Department
- St. James Campus, 193 King St. E., Building G (SJG), third floor