The Certificate in the Study of Indigenous Storytelling is an interdisciplinary certificate that recognizes expertise in the study of oral and written forms of Indigenous storytelling in Canada, as well as culturally-specific knowledge systems inherent in storytelling. The program consists of 21 credit units, including the core course ENG 242.3, Indigenous Storytelling of the Prairies.

Registration in the Certificate in the Study of Indigenous Storytelling is available to undergraduate students who are enrolled in any degree program at the University of Saskatchewan; however, it may also be completed as a stand-alone program.

Major Average

The major average in the Certificate in the Study of Indigenous Storytelling includes the grades earned in:

  • All courses eligible to be used in the program.

Residency Requirements in the Major

To receive a Certificate in the Study of Indigenous Storytelling, students must complete at least two-thirds of the following coursework (to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) from the University of Saskatchewan.

  • Minimum credit units required in the program.

See Residency for additional details.

Requirements (21 credit units)

  • ENG 242.3
  • INDG 107.3

Choose 3 credit units from the following:

  • ENG — 100-Level

Choose 12 credit units from the following:

  • DRAM 111.3
  • DRAM 231.3
  • ENG 243.3
  • ENG 335.3
  • ENG 338.3
  • INDG 215.3
  • INDG 270.6