Squamish Nation Language & Culture Certificate Program Requirements

  • Intakes: Campus Terms Full/Part Time
      Off Campus Fall Part-Time
      Off Campus Spring Part-Time
    First Term   Course Credits Required Credits
    Credits 9.00
    Required: 9.00
    ENGL 100 University Writing Strategies 3.00  
    FNLG 100 The Squamish Language I 3.00  
    LING 102 Introduction to Practical Phonetics 3.00  
    Second Term   Course Credits Required Credits
    Credits 6.00
    Required: 6.00
    FNLG 101 The Squamish Language II (Skwxwu7mesh Snichim II) 3.00  
    LING 100 Introduction to General Linguistics: Language Structure 3.00  
    Third Term   Course Credits Required Credits
    Credits 9.00
    Required: 9.00
    ENGL 107 Indigenous Literature and Film 3.00  
    FNST 100 The Squamish People and Language I 3.00  
    Elective - see list below 3.00  
    Fourth Term   Course Credits Required Credits
    Credits 6.00
    Required: 6.00
    FNST 101 Squamish People and Language II (Skwxwu7meshulh Uxwumixw II) 3.00  
    Elective - see list below 3.00  
    Electives   Course Credits Required Credits
    Credits 0.00
    Total Program Credits 30.00
    Choose from the following list: 0.00
    AHIS 103 First Nations Art of the Northwest Coast 3.00  
    AHIS 106 Pre-Columbian, African and Northwest Coast Indigenous Art 3.00  
    ANTH 202 Anthropology and the Environment 3.00  
    ANTH 206 First Nations of British Columbia 3.00  
    ANTH 208 Indigenous Peoples of North America 3.00  
    ANTH 233 Archaeology of the Americas 3.00  
    BIOL Ethnobiology (in development) 3.00  
    BIOL 104 Human Biology 4.00  
    BIOL 105 Environmental Biology 4.00  
    ENGL 190 Introduction to Creative Writing 3.00  
    ENGL 191 Creative Writing: Contemporary Practices 3.00  
    FNLG 106 The Squamish Language III (Skwxwu7mesh Snichim III) 3.00  
    FNLG 107 The Squamish Language IV (Skwxwu7mesh Snichim IV) 3.00  
    HIST 209 History of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada 3.00  
    LING 101 Introduction to General Linguistics: Language Use 3.00  
    LING 206 First Nations Languages of British Columbia 3.00  
    LING 208 Indigenous Languages and Their Speakers 3.00  
    POL 208 Aboriginal Politics in Canada 3.00  

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