FIRST NATIONS UNIVERSITY OF CANADA - SASKATOON

FIRST NATIONS UNIVERSITY OF CANADA - SASKATOON

Mission Statement:

The First Nations University of Canada - Saskatoon Campus (formerly The Saskatchewan Indian Federated College (SIFC)) is an Indigenous peoples controlled university, which provides educational opportunities to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students selected from a provincial, national and international base. The First Nations University of Canada provides an opportunity for students of all nations to learn in an environment of Indigenous cultures and values. The University, through extension programming, reaches out and welcomes Indigenous peoples to use its resources for the enrichment of their communities. The University requires facilities which reflect the uniqueness, values, dignity and beauty of the Indigenous people it represents. It will include appropriate recognition and integration of the role of the Elders, cultural symbols, and the First Nations connectedness to the land. Saskatoon Campus offers students and staff the opportunity to learn and work in an environment of strong cultural support.

Programs Offered Include:

Faculty of Arts
Indian Communication Arts , Indigenous Studies

Faculty of Fine Arts
Indian Arts

School of Business and Public Administration
Business Administration (Masters)

School of Indian Social Work
Aboriginal Social Work (Masters) , Certificate of Indian Social Work , Indian Social Work Program

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