Learning Together

Learning together requires transformational change and the meaningful integration of Indigenous knowledges, cultures and worldviews in curriculum and teaching practices.

Academic Programs

Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor in Indigenous Environmental Science and Practice

Graduate Programs

Master in Conservation Leadership with emphasis on Indigenous-led conservation governance

PhD History: Indigenous Histories of Turtle Island

Certificate Programs

Certificate in Indigenous Environmental Governance 



  • ARTH*2060 Indigenous Arts in the Americas 
  • ANTH*2660 Contemporary Indigenous Peoples in Canada 
  • ANTH*3650 The Anthropology of Indigenous Peoples Before Canada 
  • ANTH*4740 The Anthropology of Place  
  • ARTH*2060 Indigenous Arts in America
  • ARTH*2490 History of Canadian Art
  • BIOL*2300 Field Course in Biodiversity 
  • BLCK*3000 Theorizing Race and Racism 
  • ENGL*2550 Indigenous Literatures of North America
  • ENGL*3630 Writing Canada: Forging the Nation 
  • ENVS*2070 Environmental Ethics and Perspectives
  • FRHD* 3070 Research Methods: Family Studies
  • FRHD* 4140 Selected Topics in Family Studies and Human Developement 
  • GEOG*2030 Environmental, Justice and Society
  • GEOG*2510 Considering Canada: A Regional Approach
  • GEOG*3210 Indigenous-Settler Relationships in Environmental Governance 
  • HIST*1010 Early Modern Europe
  • HIST*1050 Invitation to History: Treaty Regulations
  • HIST*2100 Histories of Canada to 1867
  • HIST* 2600 Histories of Canada Since 1867
  • HIST3360* History and Culture of Brazil
  • HIST*3390 Governments and Indigenous Spaces
  • HIST*3490 Canada and the Second World War
  • HIST*4080 Indigenous Resistance Writing and Movements 
  • HIST* 4160 Activism and Political Change in Canada
  • IES*1010 Introduction to Indigenous Environmental Science and Practice
  • IES*1020 Indigenous Knowledge for Environmental Science and Practice
  • IES*2010 Land-Base Teachings for Environmental Science and Practice
  • IES*3020 Right Relations: Reconciliation, Decolonization, & the Environment 
  • IES*4000 Indigenous Environmental Science: Methodologies in Practice 
  • IES*4010 Indigenous Environmental Science Project 
  • IES*4020 Indigenous Environmental Science Reflective Capstone
  • INDG*1000 Indigenous-SettlerRelations
  • INDG*1100 Indigenous Language and Culture 
  • INDG*4000 Capstone: Indigenous Env Gov
  • INDEV*2000 Decolonizing Development
  • LARC*2240 Plants in Landscape
  • MUSC*2340 Music and Research II: Critiquing Society's Sounds
  • MUSC*3340 Music and Research III: Issues in Contemporary Popular Musics
  • MUSC*3470 Topics in Music Teaching and Learning
  • MUSC*3480 Topics in Music and Social Movements: Inclusion and Transformation
  • POLS*2300 Canadian Government and Politics
  • POLS*3340 Indigenous Politics in Canada 
  • POLS*4050 Reconciliation in Canadian Public Law
  • POLS*4140 Conceptions of Canada
  • POLS*4150 Advance Lecture in Conceptions of Canada
  • SOAN*4210 Indigenous-Settler Relations in Canadian Society 
  • SOC*2280 Society, Knowledge Systems and Environment  
  • SOC*3850 Seminar in Sociology  
  • SXGN*1010 Sexuality, Gender, Race and Indigeneity
  • UNIV*2010 Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Oppression


  • AHSS*1240 Introduction to Indigenous Studies


  • ANTH/SOC*6420 Environment, Food and Communities  
  • CONS*6000 Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Governance Models
  • CONS*6050 Partnerships for Conservation
  • HIST*6630 Indigenous Research Relations and Methodologies
  • HIST*7280 Indigenous Histories of Turtle Island Major Seminar
  • HIST*7780 Indigenous Histories of Turtle Island Minor Seminar
  • POLS*6050 The Politics of Identity
  • POLS*6840 PhD Field Course in Gender, Race, Indigeneity, and Sex
  • RPD*6290 Indigenous Community Planning  

Study Abroad

Learn about all study abroad opportunities from the Centre for International Programs

Indigenous Summer Field Schools

Global Skills Opportunity Travel Grants

This funding opportunity is designed specifically to support and increase the participation of students who are traditionally underrepresented in study abroad opportunities, including Indigenous students (First Nations, Inuit, or Métis), students registered with Student Accessibility Services, and/or students who have demonstrated financial need.

Curriculum Resources

Office of Teaching and Learning

Indigeneity and Decolonization

College of Social and Applied Human Sciences - Teaching and Learning

Curriculum Innovation: Indigenizing Curriculum