NAIITS Educational Programs

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Indigenous Studies Track
Overview:

The Indigenous Studies Track offered by NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community, in partnership with Providence University College as part of their undergraduate program, is designed to introduce the student to some central issues from Indigenous communities and life, while honouring the values, traditions, and strengths inherent within the individual community. The student who chooses this track is seeking knowledge which can eventually, with further study, contribute to improving the social, spiritual, political and economic welfare of Indigenous people and the structures that support them.
Overview:

This graduate theological degree is designed and taught by Indigenous scholars and practitioners. It is the outcome of an innovative, educational partnership between NAIITS and Tyndale Seminary. Gain a multidisciplinary understanding of Indigenous theology, history and praxis. Encourage others to fully embrace being an Indigenous follower of Jesus Christ. Assist your community in following God's call. Inspire people to embrace their Indigenous culture. Learn how to fully engage your ministry and its Indigenous context.
Overview:

NAIITS, in conjunction with Acadia, is dedicated to equipping men and women for meaningful engagement within their own communities, other local cultural contexts as well as globally. The MACD has been designed and tailored for Indigenous people, those serving in Indigenous communities, and others simply interested in a non-Western approach to community development education. MACD focuses on the concept of a mutual learning exchange between cultures within and beyond North America. The program is multidisciplinary and strives to develop each participant’s heart and mind through the disciplines of anthropology, sociology, asset-based philosophy and development methods, as well as theology, ethics, and spiritual formation.