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Combined Honours Indigenous Studies & Another Subject

Hons.B.A.Combined Honours Indigenous Studies & Another Subject

Total Units Required: 120 Units (Level I to IV), of which 48 may be Level I

A total of at least 45 Indigenous Studies units is required

Completion of any Level I program, with a cumulative average of at least 5.0 and an average of 5.0 in six units from INDIG ST 1A03 and 1AA3

9 Units from (choice from):

INDIG ST 2A03 (if not used for 2M06 below), INDIG ST 2B03, INDIG ST 2C03, INDIG ST 2D03

6 Units from:

INDIG ST 2M06 (May substitute INDIG ST 2A03 + 2AA3 if previously completed)

6 Units (choice from):

INDIG ST 3D03, INDIG ST 3E03, INDIG ST 3H03 INDIG ST 3HH3, INDIG ST 3J03, INDIG ST 3K03

9 Units from Level II or III Indigenous Studies, or Course List (see the Undergraduate Calendar for an expanded Course List)

  • *INDIG ST 2A03
  • *INDIG ST 2B03,
  • *INDIG ST 2C03,
  • *INDIG ST 2D03,
  • INDIG ST 3BB3,
  • INDIG ST 3C03
  • INDIG ST 3CC3,
  • *INDIG ST 3D03,
  • ENGLISH 3W03
  • PEACEST 3W03,
  • CSCT 3W03,
  • *INDIG ST 3E03,
  • ENGLISH 3X03,
  • PEACEST 3X03,
  • CSCT 3X03,
  • INDIG ST 3F03
  • ARTHIST 3BB3,
  • INDIG ST 3G03,
  • *INDIG ST 3H03
  • *INDIG ST 3HH3
  • *INDIG ST 3J03; POLISCI 3C03
  • *INDIG ST 3K03
  • INDIG ST 3L03
  • INDIG ST 3P03
  • INDIG ST 3T03
  • INDIG ST 4D03
  • INDIG ST 4HH3
  • INDIG ST 4L03
  • INDIG ST 4RI3
  • INDIG ST 4SH3
  • ENGLISH 4SH3
  • CSCT 4SH3
  • INDIG ST 4T06
  • *CAYUGA 2Z03
  • *MOHAWK 2Z03
  • *OJIBWE 2Z03

6 Units from Level IV approved courses

  • INDIG ST 4D03
  • INDIG ST 4HH3
  • INDIG ST 4L03
  • INDIG ST 4RI3;( = ENGLISH 4RI3; CSCT 4RI3),
  • INDIG ST 4SH3; ( = ENGLISH 4SH3; CSCT 4SH3),
  • INDIG ST 4T06
  • SOC WORK 4I03
  • SOCIOL 4RR3

3 Units from Indigenous Languages (if completed in Level 1, add 3 units of Elective)

  • CAYUGA 1Z03,
  • MOHAWK 1Z03,
  • OJIBWE 1Z03,

36 Units from courses specified for other program

15 Units of electives

Courses listed with asterisk (*) and italics above are found on other “requirement lists” and cannot be used twice towards completing requirements on this checklist

30 units from Level I program completed prior to admission to the program. (See admission note above)

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Elder in Residence Program Scholarship Opportunities for Indigenous Students ISP Student Services Dates & Deadlines FNMI Residence Consideration
For more information:
Indigenous Studies Program Office
Hamilton Hall 103/B
Phone: 905-525-9140 ext. 27426
indigenous.counsellor@mcmaster.ca
Length:
4 years
Required Credential:
Completion of any Level 1 program, with a Grade Point Average of at least 3.5 (C-) including a grade of at least 4.0 (C-) in three units in INDIG ST 1A03 or 1AA3 and satisfaction of admission requirements for the B.A. in the other subject.
Program Type:
Course based
Program Options:
Full-time, Part-time
Typical Entry:
September