Note: See specific course prerequisites in the course listings or consult the Faculty’s Academic Advisor.
Since the certificate is awarded only upon completion of the certificate requirements, students must notify the Faculty of completion of all requirements by the application date for graduation (see Academic Schedule). Normally, the requirements for the certificate can be completed as part of the student’s degree program; however, in some cases, a student may need to take more than the minimum required for their degree program in order to qualify for the degree and the certificate.
Academic Standing and Graduation
Students will be assigned Academic Standing according to the regulations of the Faculty in which they are registered. For Faculty of Native Studies regulations see Academic Standing.
Students registered in the Certificate in Indigenous Governance and Partnership with degree must meet all program requirements and present a graduation average of at least 2.0 on all certificate courses. The GPA and program requirements evaluation will be done by the Faculty of Native Studies. See Academic Standing.
Students registered in the Indigenous Governance and Partnership Certificate with degree can obtain information for formal and informal grade appeal and academic appeal procedures and regulations from the Faculty of Native Studies.