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  • ADMN-165 - Introduction To Computing Systems
  • ANTH-214 - Canadian Indigenous People
  • ANTH-223 - Indigenous People of British Columbia
  • BIOL-110 - Biological Principles
  • BIOL-120 - Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • CMSC-109 - Computer Applications
  • CRIM-101 - Introduction to Criminology
  • CRIM-103 - Psychological Explanations Of Criminal And Deviant Behavior
  • CRIM-104 - Sociology of Deviance
  • CRIM-131 - Introduction to Criminal Justice System
  • CRIM-135 - Introduction to Canadian Law
  • CRIM-220 - Introduction to Research Methods
  • CRIM-230 - Criminal Law
  • CRIM-231 - Intro to the Judicial Process
  • CRIM-233 - Introduction to Corrections
  • DICM-101 - Introduction to Digital Innovation and Communication Media
  • ECON-101 - Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECON-102 - Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ENGL-101 - Foundations for Academic Writing
  • ENGL-110 - English Composition
  • ENGL-111 - Introduction to Modern Fiction
  • ENGL-202 - The Cultural Politics of Indigenous Literature
  • ENGL-204 - Business Writing
  • ENGL-205 - Advanced Composition
  • ENGL-208 - Creative Writing: Poetry
  • ENGL-209 - Creative Writing; Short Stories
  • ENGL-211 - Survey of English Literature
  • ENGL-212 - Discourse and the Colonization of Indigenous Social Spaces
  • ENGL-217 - Canadian Literature to 1960
  • ENGL-221 - English Literature 18/19th Century
  • ENGL-222 - Survey of Indigenous Literature - Canada
  • ENGL-223 - Survey of First Nations Literature
  • ENGL-224 - A Global Perspective on Indigenous Literature
  • ENGL-227 - Canadian Literature 1960 to Present
  • ENGL-229 - Oral & Written Communication
  • FINA-112 - Design I
  • FINA-113 - Drawing I
  • FINA-175 - Painting
  • FINA-201 - Native Art History I
  • FINA-202 - Native Art History II
  • FNED-150 - International Indigenous Studies
  • FNSC-106 - Exploring the Natural Sciences
  • FNSC-107 - Environmental Sciences
  • FNST-100 - Introduction to First Nations Studies I
  • FNST-101 - Introduction to First Nations Studies II
  • FNST-102 - Indigenous Society, Culture & Identity
  • FNST-203 - First Nations of the Americas
  • FNWS-100 - An Introduction to First Nation Women Studies
  • FNWS-103 - First Nations Women and Colonization: Race, Class and Gender
  • FNWS-105 - Political Economy & First Nations Women
  • FNWS-201 - Unruly Women: First Nations Women and The Justice System
  • FNWS-202 - Comparative Gender Studies
  • FNWS-203 - First Nations Women, Power & Environment
  • FNWS-204 - Status of First Nations Women
  • FNWS-205 - First Nations Women & Popular Culture
  • FNWS-206 - First Nation Women's Artistic Tradition
  • FNWS-207 - Storytelling As Metaphor:
  • FNWS-208 - Women's Activism
  • FNWS-209 - Directed Study
  • FNWS-210 - Feminist Critical Thought
  • FNWS-211 - Research Methods
  • FNWS-212 - First Nations Women's Experience, Knowledge and Wisdom
  • FNWS-213 - The Politics of First Nation
  • HALQ-100 - Halq'emeylem Language Introduction
  • HALQ-110 - Halq'emeylem Language I
  • HALQ-111 - Halq'emeylem Language II
  • HALQ-112 - Halq'emeylem Language III
  • HALQ-113 - Halq?emeylem in Context I
  • HALQ-210 - Intensive Halq'emeylem I
  • HALQ-211 - Intensive Halq'emeylem II
  • HALQ-212 - Intensive Halq'emeylem III
  • HALQ-213 - Intensive Halq'emeylem IV
  • HALQ-214 - Halq'emeylem in Context II
  • HIST-100 - Intro to General Canadian Canadian History I
  • HIST-101 - Introduction to General Canadian History II
  • HIST-110 - Approaches to History
  • HIST-204 - The Métis Of Canada: Historical And Contemporary Perspectives I
  • HIST-205 - The Métis of Canada: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives II
  • HIST-234 - History of Thompson People
  • HIST-235 - History of Silx (Okanagan People)
  • HIST-236 - History of Secwepemc (Shuswap People)
  • HIST-237 - History of Stl'atl'imx
  • HIST-238 - History of Nadut'en
  • HLTH-201 - Physical Health and Fitness
  • INST-102 - General Intro First Nations Issues
  • INST-105 - Teachings From the Land - Special Topics
  • INST-108 - General Introduction to
  • INST-120 - Okanagan Translation/Transliteration
  • INST-145 - Nsyilxcen Studies: Social Foundations
  • INST-162 - Native Education in Canada
  • INST-201 - Government Policy &
  • INST-202 - Government Policy and First Nations Prior to 1867
  • INST-240 - Indigenous Philosophy, A World View Perspective
  • INST-241 - First Nations Cultural Development I
  • INST-242 - Cultural Immersion II
  • INST-245 - Okanagan Cultural Development I
  • INST-246 - Okanagan Cultural Development II
  • INST-247 - Nsyilx Studies: Leadership
  • INST-250 - Okanagan Curriculum/Materials Development
  • INST-255 - Linguistics/Literacy
  • INST-270 - Aboriginal Title and Modern Treaties
  • INST-271 - Land Title: A Global Perspective
  • INST-275 - First Nation Law
  • INST-290 - Research Methods
  • MATH-100 - Pre-Calculus
  • MATH-110 - Finite Math
  • MATH-120 - Introduction to Statistics
  • NADU-100 - Nadut'en Introduction
  • NADU-110 - Nadut'en I
  • NADU-111 - Nadut'en II
  • NADU-150 - Nadut'en Immersion I
  • NADU-151 - Nadut'en Immersion II
  • NADU-210 - Nadut'en III
  • NADU-211 - Nadut'en IV
  • NADU-220 - Nadut'en Oral Tradition
  • NADU-250 - Nadut'en Immersion III
  • NADU-251 - Nadut'en Immersion IV
  • NADU-270 - Nadut'en Structure and Analysis I
  • NADU-271 - Nadut'en Structure and Analysis II
  • NADU-280 - Nadut'en: Practical Speech
  • NADU-281 - Nadut'en II: Practical Writing
  • NADU-350 - Nadut'en Immersion V
  • NADU-351 - Nadut'en Immersion Vi
  • NEHI-110 - Nehiyawewin Introduction
  • NLEK-100 - Nle?kepmxcin Introduction
  • NLEK-110 - Nle'kepmxcin I
  • NLEK-111 - Nle'kepmxcin II
  • NLEK-150 - Nle'kepmxcin Immersion
  • NLEK-151 - Nle'kepmxcin Immersion II
  • NLEK-210 - Nle'kepmxcin III (thompson Language Iii)
  • NLEK-211 - Nle'kepmxcin IV (Thompson Language IV)
  • NLEK-220 - Nle'kepmxcin Oral Tradition
  • NLEK-270 - Nle'Kepmxcin Structure & Analysis I
  • NLEK-271 - Nle'Kepmxcin Structure & Analysis II
  • NLEK-280 - Nle'Kepmxcin Structure & Analysis I Nle'Kepmxcin: Practical Speech
  • NLEK-281 - Nle'Kepmxcin II: Practical Writing
  • NLEK-310 - Nle'kepmxcin V
  • NLEK-311 - Nle'kepmxcin VI
  • NSYL-110 - Nsyilxcen I (OKANAGAN LANGUAGE) (Previously INST 111)
  • NSYL-111 - N'syilxcen II (Okanagan Language)
  • NSYL-150 - Okanagan Immersion (Formerly INST 191)
  • NSYL-151 - (formerly INST 192) - Special Topics- N'syilxcen Immersion
  • NSYL-152 - N'syilxcen Entry Tools
  • NSYL-153 - N'syilxcen Person Place
  • NSYL-154 - Nsyilxcen: Place & Time
  • NSYL-255 - Nsyilxcen Immersion: Place & Topic I
  • NSYL-257 - N'syilxcen Immersion Place & Topic II
  • NSYL-360 - Nsyilxcen Immersion: Advanced Apprentice
  • PBSF-210 - Approaches to Interpersonal Violence
  • PBSF-220 - Aboriginal Gang Reduction Strategies
  • PHIL-100 - Critical Thinking
  • POLI-100 - Introduction to Politics
  • POLI-111 - Canadian Government & Politics
  • POLI-121 - Contemporary Political
  • POLI-260 - Global Politics
  • PSYC-111 - Introduction to Psychology I
  • PSYC-115 - Adolescence and Addiction
  • PSYC-121 - Introduction to Psychology II
  • PSYC-131 - Applied Interprersonal & Career Development
  • PSYC-201 - Intro to Research Methods in Psychology
  • PSYC-203 - Introduction to Data Analysis
  • PSYC-212 - Introduction to Personality
  • PSYC-213 - Lifespan Human Development I
  • PSYC-221 - Introduction to Cognitive Psychology
  • PSYC-222 - Social Psychology
  • PSYC-223 - Lifespan Human Development II
  • PSYC-225 - Historical Trauma on First Nations People
  • PSYC-241 - Introduction to Abnormal Behavior
  • PSYC-303 - Critical Analysis in Psychology
  • PSYC-311 - History of Modern and Traditional Psychology
  • SECW-110 - Secwepemctsín Introduction
  • SECW-111 - Secwpemctsín II
  • SECW-150 - Secwpemctsín Immersion I
  • SECW-151 - Secwpemctsín Immersion II
  • SECW-210 - Secwepemctsín III
  • SECW-211 - Secwepemctsín IV
  • SECW-220 - Secwpemctsín Oral Tradition
  • SECW-250 - Secwpemctsín Immersion III
  • SECW-251 - Secwpemctsín Immersion IV
  • SECW-270 - Secwpemctsín Structure and Analysis I
  • SECW-271 - Secwpemctsín Structure and Analysis II
  • SECW-281 - Secwepemctsín: Practical Writing
  • SECW-310 - Secwepemctsín V
  • SECW-350 - Secwpemctsín Immersion V
  • SECW-351 - Secwepemc Language Immersion Vi
  • SKWX-110 - Skwxwu7mesh Language Introduction
  • SKWX-111 - Skwxwu7mesh Language I
  • SKWX-210 - Skwxwu7mesh Language II
  • SKWX-211 - Skwxwu7mesh Language III
  • SOCI-111 - Introduction to Sociology I
  • SOCI-121 - Introduction to Sociology II
  • SOCI-133 - Group Dynamics
  • SOCI-200 - The Nature of Racism
  • SOCI-211 - Canadian Society: Ethnic Inequality
  • SOCI-213 - Sociology of Women
  • SOCI-259 - Deviance and Social Control
  • SOCI-262 - Culture and Identity
  • SOCI-298 - Directed Studies
  • SOCI-299 - Directed Studies
  • SOCI-300 - Peacemaking
  • STAT-203 - Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences
  • STLG-100 - Introduction to St'at'imcets Language
  • STLG-110 - St'at'imcets I
  • STLG-111 - St'at'imcets II
  • STLG-150 - Special Topics: St'at'imcets Immersion
  • STLG-151 - St'át'imcets Immersion (Lillooet Language) II
  • STLG-220 - St?a?timcets Oral Tradition
  • STLG-250 - St'át'imcets Immersion (Lillooet Language) III
  • STLG-251 - St'át'imcets Immersion IV
  • STLG-270 - St'át'imcets Structure & Analysis I
  • STLG-271 - St'át'imcets Structure and Analysis II
  • STLG-350 - St?át?imcets Immersion V
  • STLG-360 - St'át'imcets Mentoring I
  • STLG-361 - St'át'imcets Mentoring 2
  • STSC-101 - Strategies for Success 101
  • THTR-110 - Introduction to Acting
  • TRMG-101 - The Tourism Industry
  • TRMG-110 - Cultural Tourism
  • TRMG-250 - Destination Marketing Organizations
  • WMGT-100 - Introduction to Water Management