General Major: 9 credit hours in Indigenous Studies at the 2000 level plus 6 credit hours in Indigenous Studies at the 3000 level.
Advanced: 12 credit hours in Indigenous Studies at the 2000 level plus 12 credit hours in Indigenous Studies at the 3000 level.
General Major, Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) Language Focus (Option 2): INDG 3180, INDG 3190 plus 3 credit hours in Indigenous Studies at the 3000 level.
General Major, Cree Language Focus (Option 3): INDG 3224, INDG 3300 plus 3 credit hours in Indigenous Studies at the 3000 level.
Advanced Major, Indigenous Governance Stream: refer to the Academic Calendar for course requirements in your program
To do this year: Confirm eligibility to graduate with an academic advisor and declare intent to graduate in Aurora (3-year option).
Investigate your career options:
- Look at sample job postings to ensure you have the qualifications upon graduation.
- Develop employability and essential skills sought by employers.
- Create a LinkedIn profile to network with professionals.
- Explore supports available to entrepreneurs for business planning including the Stu Clarke Centre for Entrepreneurship, World Trade Centre Winnipeg, and the Manitoba Government.
Consider continuing your studies: Check out the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Extended Education or other academic institutions.
VOLUNTEER & WORK EXPERIENCE
Continue or start research: Participate in the Undergraduate Research Poster Competition.
Check out student job opportunities with: Aboriginal and Northern Affairs, Canada Revenue Agency, Career Trek, City of Winnipeg and Manitoba Hydro.
Search for job opportunities online: Check out Indigenous Link, Amik or other search engines.
Use your networks and connections: Inquire about unadvertised job openings (the "hidden job market").
Participate in the multicultural opportunities on campus: Check out Indigenous Connect to learn about Indigenous events on campus such as the Full Moon Ceremonies and Graduation Pow Wow.