Native Studies 206

Cultural and Environmental Impact Assessment

Course details

This course is based on the Anishinaabe knowledge of the natural environment. The main focus of this course is to understand the structural content of the land. The instructor will focus on the connections of plants, animals, and natural water systems. The course is meant to provide a holistic understanding of the natural balance with our natural environment. Students will learn how to identify the balance of the environment. In turn, students will also learn what needs to be done to restore the imbalances that are occurring today due to industrial expansion. This course is beneficial to those who are interested in developing a strong background in environmental consultation with industries and First Nations. The course is overall beneficial for learning about the balance of the natural state of our environment.  

3 Credits - Social Sciences


NTST 103

This course is featured in the following Yellowhead Tribal College programs: