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 Education in Indigenous Language Revitalization
SchoolUniversity of Victoria
LocationVictoria, BC, Canada
School TypeUniversity
School SizeFull-time Undergraduate: 19,000
Full-time Graduate: 3,500
Length4 Year(s)
Entry Grade (%)*80%
  •   English 
Prerequisites Notes
National: $9,262
DescriptionThe Bachelor of Education in Indigenous Language Revitalization is designed with laddered steps, which provide exit and entry opportunities. Within the first year of the program, students have an opportunity to pursue the Certificate in Aboriginal Language Revitalization (CALR) developed by UVIC Continuing Studies in partnership with the UVIC Department of Linguistics and the En’owkin Centre, focusing on what is necessary for language revitalization, or focus on Indigenous language learning, supported by courses in Language Revitalization. The second year completes the Diploma in Indigenous Language Revitalization which focuses on increasing language proficiency and introduces teaching concepts. The final two to three years focus on completing the coursework for the Bachelor of Education in Indigenous Language Revitalization and professional teaching certification.
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