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Native Studies Courses 2012-13
Native Studies courses explain Aboriginal experiences and interests, and how they affect the lives of all Canadians in terms of such issues as Aboriginal identity and history, land claims, oil, gas and other natural resource extraction, land and water use, health care, and life in Canada's cities.
Native Studies courses will help you to understand the complexity of Canada, and to succeed in your future career as you work with Aboriginal clients, patients, students, customers, suppliers and partners.
Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students are invited to register for courses offered in 2012-13.
For information concerning these courses, please contact email@example.com or (780) 492-2991
Native Studies Students' Association
N.S.S.A. serves the needs of students in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta and students enrolled in Native Studies courses.
T2U: Transition to University
Wondering how to prepare for your transition to university? The U of A has just the thing to help make your transition as easy as possible…T2U: Transition to University, an interactive online workshop to enhance the first year experience. For more information on this exciting new program check out the website at www.ualberta.ca/t2u