FNGA 304 - Community and Economic Development
This course presents an overview of economic development issues in Indigenous communities and among Indigenous individuals in Canada.
Using existing research and case studies, students examine fundamental concepts, themes and principles of economic development while building a foundation to thinking about economic issues in Indigenous communities. Students investigate methods for effectively using local community resources to enhance economic opportunities while improving social conditions in a sustainable way.
Prerequisites: LEAD 292 or FNGA 200 and ACCT 222 or FNGA 202. Equivalents may be considered.
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|Fields of study||Political science and civicsEconomics|
|Teaching place||Online scheduled|
|Tags||indigenous studieseconomic developmentyukon|