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Indigenous Studies

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While many programs offer courses with Indigenous content, there are a number of established programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional (also called 2nd entry) levels that are tailored specifically to the fields of Indigenous study.

Indigenous Studies

Undergraduate

Indigenous Studies students are exposed to literature and research from diverse knowledge systems that reflect multiple ways of knowing. They are encouraged to develop their critical thinking skills with learning that is enhanced by the program’s inter-connectedness with Indigenous communities.

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Indigenous Trauma and Resiliency

Graduate

This Masters in Indigenous Trauma and Resiliency at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work provides students with a course of study in trauma relevant to the complex needs and demands of practitioners working with individuals, families, schools and communities affected by generational and historical pain and suffering.

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Collaborative Specialization in Indigenous Health

Graduate

This graduate Collaborative Specialization in Indigenous Health incorporates several programs under the leadership of the Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health. Graduate students are from a variety of units across U of T including units in the Ontario Institute in Studies in Education (OISE), the Faculty of Arts & Science, the Faculty of Medicine, and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. The CSIH program also collaborates with the Centre for Indigenous Studies.

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Indigenous Trauma and Resiliency

Graduate

This Masters in Indigenous Trauma and Resiliency at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work provides students with a course of study in trauma relevant to the complex needs and demands of practitioners working with individuals, families, schools and communities affected by generational and historical pain and suffering.

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Collaborative Specialization in Indigenous Health

Graduate

This graduate Collaborative Specialization in Indigenous Health incorporates several programs under the leadership of the Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health. Graduate students are from a variety of units across U of T including units in the Ontario Institute in Studies in Education (OISE), the Faculty of Arts & Science, the Faculty of Medicine, and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. The CSIH program also collaborates with the Centre for Indigenous Studies.

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Aboriginal Law

Professional (Second Entry)

The Faculty of Law has long been committed to enhancing the presence of Indigenous scholars and ideas. Through recruiting Indigenous students, offering innovative courses in Indigenous law, and providing students with opportunities to put their legal knowledge to work on behalf of Indigenous communities, the Faculty works to enhance the Indigenous voice in our educational community.

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