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Indigenous Studies Diploma

NorQuest College

NorQuest College

www.norquest.ca
The Indigenous Studies diploma program will offer learners the opportunity to broaden their understanding of the cultural, historical, social and political experiences of Indigenous peoples in Canada. The program is designed for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students to explore Indigenous ways of knowing and learning, treaties agreement, culture, and health and wellness. Students will be trained through experiential learning, land-based learning, and theory-based courses. Graduates will have the knowledge and skills to work with Indigenous peoples, communities, and organizations or to transfer to university to continue their education.
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Office of the Registrar
10215 - 108 Street
Edmonton, Alberta, T5J1L6, Canada

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  • Program Type Standard
  • Credential Type Diploma
  • Length 2 Years
  • Part Time Only
  • Cooperative Education
  • Continuing Education
  • Distance Learning
Admission Requirements

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

  • Language Arts – this requirement can be met with any of the following, or an equivalent course:
    • 65% in English Language Arts 30-1
    • 75% in English Language Arts 30-2
    • 65% in ESLG 1860
    • 75% in ESLG 1898

Note: Academic admission requirements are different from English language proficiency (ELP) requirements. NorQuest College English for Academic purpose courses may be used to meet both requirements. See below for details.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS

If English is your second language, you must provide proof of ELP prior to admission. ELP test results must have been obtained within two years of the start date of your program.

Acceptable evidence of ELP may be one of the following test scores:

  • IELTS Academic: 6.5; no section score below 6
  • TOEFL iBT: 84; no section score below 21
  • Cambridge English Language Assessment: 180; no section score below 165
  • CAEL: 70; no section score below 70
  • PTE Academic: 59; no section score below 56
  • Duolingo: 115
  • minimum of:
    • 80% in ESLS 8000 or ESLS 8100, and 80% in ESLW 8000 or ESLW 8100; or
    • 50% in ESLG 1898 and ESLG 1899
    • 50% in ESLG 1860 and ESLG 1861

Transfer(s) Eligibility

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Transfer(s) available outside of Transfer Alberta: Not available

Updated November 25, 2020. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.

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