The School of Library, Archival and Information Studies has developed a First Nations Curriculum Concentration to serve the educational needs of information professionals to work effectively in libraries and archives, both within and outside native communities. Information professionals must increasingly deal with inter-related library, archival and museum materials in developing and providing library and archival services to First Nations communities, in support of treaty negotiations and litigation, in the preservation of culture and languages, and in preparation for self-government. Those who wish to pursue a career as an information provider should consider this graduate program in library and archival studies, which takes into account a knowledge and understanding of First Nations cultural traditions.
First Nations Curriculum Concentration Requirements
For detailed information on the First Nations Curriculum Concentration requirements, please visit the FNCC section under the "Programs" drop-down menu above.
School of Library, Archival and Information Studies
Irving K. Barber Learning Centre
470 – 1961 East Mall
Vancouver BC Canada V6T 1Z1