In addition to covering the core topics of Aboriginal politics in Canada, students will identify and evaluate the principles and procedures employed by Aboriginal peoples in their presentation of political objectives to the Canadian stated and the Canadian stat’s corresponding responses in both policy and law. The course material will be a level higher than POL 208 with greater emphasis on student presentations and student facilitated classroom learning as well as advanced sophistication in research analysis, writing, and presentation.
45 credits of 100-level or higher coursework
Students who receive credit for POL 308 cannot receive credit for POL 208.
|Fall 2015 onwards|