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Chang School's Certificate in Indigenous Knowledges and Experiences

The Certificate in Indigenous Knowledges and Experiences is a multidisciplinary exploration, analysis, and reflection on the experiences of Indigenous Peoples in Canada and their relationships with non-Indigenous peoples. This exploration aims to help develop an understanding of these experiences and relationships from many dimensions: historical, political, social, and arts- and health-related. 

The Chang School's Indigenous Foundation Program

The Indigenous Foundations Program is designed to accommodate those who may have obligations during the day, with classes offered for three hours, one evening a week, for nine weeks. The program will focus on upgrading writing and critical-thinking skills for Indigenous individuals interested in entering bridging (through Spanning the Gaps), certificate, or continuing education programs, or upgrading academic skills towards greater success at the post-secondary level.

First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI) TMU BA Public Administration & Governance (external link) 

This BA program curriculum is designed for current and future leaders and managers in First Nation communities, and Indigenous agencies and organizations. Students build effective management skills and the ability to support the development of economic and political sovereignty for their communities.

First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI) (external link) 

FNTI is an Indigenous institute offering unique educational opportunities aimed at enhancing the capacity and strength of learners and communities. In partnership with several Ontario colleges and universities, FNTI delivers culturally-rich post-secondary programs.