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|FNST 324 - Advanced First Nations Language Immersion|
This course provides advanced intensive immersion experience in one First Nations language to extend and deepen student skills and fluency in conversation and other oral genres (public speaking, storytelling, etc.). It will be taught in a number of different sections, each of which will focus on a different language, e.g. Haida, Sm'algyax (Coast Tsimshian), Nisga'a, Gitxsanimx, Haisla, Tlingit, Sekani, Beaver, Slavey, Tahltan, Witsuwit'en, Dakelh / Carrier, Chilcotin, or another Athabaskan language, or Shushwap. Student transcripts will indicate the specific language studied. May be repeated for up to 3 additional credits with permission of the Program Chair; if repeated, credits may substitute for an advanced language course in the relevant language with permission of the Dean.
Schedule Types: Lecture, Final Exam, Audio/Video