Indigenous Relations (MIR)
Work more effectively with Indigenous people by learning about Indigenous research, worldviews, traditional teachings, theories, and practices.
Bring your knowledge and skills to Indigenous communities on a local, national, and international scale.
Gain this desirable skill set as Indigenous communities continue to grow and expand. Learn to develop research proposals, and policies for social, political, environmental, and health with a thorough understanding of the Indigenous perspective.
Obtain a better understanding of the issues facing Canada's Indigenous population today and how to effectively build relationships with those communities.
Study historical and current relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous societies. Learn about Indigenous culture through literature, human rights, politics, ecology, and governance.
The Goodman School of Mining and Scholarships
Graduates can rest assured knowing there is a multitude of career options they can explore post-graduation. Some career options include, but are not limited to: Indigenous organizations, community development, administration, policy development, United Nations, research and development, education, training and management and health.
Many careers can be found in the public and private sector.