Indigenous Community Development in the 21st Century (INDG 361.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
INDG 361 03 September 2019 Priscilla Settee
 
INDG 361 02 September 2018

Description

Course examines obstacles to and strategies for community development. Students will be encouraged to explore possible models that First Nations, Metis and other economically marginalized communities can employ. Beginning with a theoretical understanding of community economic development this course will provide students will a sound grounding on how and why underdevelopment exists. This course will look at community development theories and practices that focus on local and sustainable principles as well as ones that reflect Indigenous values of holism and community well-being.

Prerequisite(s)

INDG 265

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