Aboriginal Art History

This course provides an introduction to the visual culture and history of the three groups of Indigenous peoples in Canada - First Nations, Metis and Inuit.

The course content focuses on Indigenous art produced across geographical regions and cultural areas in Canada from pre-contact through the present day.

Aboriginal Art History

This course provides an introduction to the visual culture and history of the three groups of Indigenous peoples in Canada - First Nations, Métis and Inuit.

The course content focuses on Indigenous art produced across geographical regions and cultural areas in Canada from pre-contact through the present day.

Academic Writing

In this course, students will be introduced to the importance of English essay writing to document research, convey ideas, develop lines of argument and communicate positions.

This course teaches the construction of the expository essay, with attention to the structure of good paragraphs, to techniques of putting the essay together and the nature of language.

Ten to twelve short writing assignments are required. Course will be conducted in English as well as the chosen program language (Mohawk/Cayuga).

 

Advanced Nursing Concepts I

This course is designed to allow students to explore first hand some of the facets and elements of the act of leading in the everyday world of professional nursing. The focus on leading will be on the challenges and issues of nurses’ work.

This course engages students in learning about the meaning of leading through influence.

Advanced Nursing Concepts II

This course engages students to explore the meaning of becoming a nurse. Transitioning into the nursing role draws upon an understanding of what nursing is and the possibilities for action in professional practice involvements.

This course also provides learning activities that accentuate the exploration of becoming a professional, interprofessional collaboration and self-regulation. 

Advanced Translation

In this course students will undertake more in-depth translation, including; technical documents, such as instructions, novels, poems, and magazine and newspaper articles, while further discussing the theory and technique of good translation.

Longer-form oral texts will serve as the basis for Ogwehoweh-English translations.

Three hours, one term

Body Care

This comprehensive course focuses on body wellness, beginning with extensive training in anatomy and physiology, including the lymphatic system.

Students are taught various body wraps and polishing treatments and practice how to apply them. Other techniques covered include cellulite and Swedish massage, hot stone therapy that is followed by supervised hands on practices.

CAD Concepts

Create files in a CAD environment. Create templates. Access symbol libraries. Create drawings and schematics to appropriate standards. Modify drawings and schematics. Apply the principles of GD&T.

ceramics

This course is a comprehensive introduction to the craft of clay working, focusing on creating pieces and studying expressive, beautiful three-dimensional clay forms.

Colour Exploration

This online course integrates practical and theoretical colour knowledge, with an expanded view of its strategic and expressive uses.

Moving between traditional and digital studios, students explore colour as a subtle instrument that can give context, determine emphasis and change our minds.

Communication

Communication is an introductory college level English course. Students exiting this course will demonstrate competence in grammar, sentence structure, and writing skills. Successful students in this course will develop the reading, writing, critical and analytical skills essential to them as communicators in college and upon graduation. This course teaches writing through the critical reading of various fiction and non-fiction material and brings students to college level foundation skills.

Communication D

Communication is an introductory college level English course. Through a variety of assignments, successful students in this course will develop the reading, writing, critical and analytical skills essential to them as communicators in college and upon graduation. This course teaches writing through the critical reading of various fiction and non-fiction material and brings students with basic skills to college level foundational skills.

Community I

This course focusses on the importance of community in language revitalization efforts.

Students will gain an overview of current language programs, initiatives and revitalization strategies in various Hodinohso:ni’/Rotinonshonni communities and review literature. Participation in community-based revitalization efforts is a component of the course.

Three hours; one term 

Community II

This course focuses on the importance of community in language revitalization efforts with a further review of the literature.

Students will conduct research, case studies and survey activities to ascertain the existing state of community language revitalization, statistics of the speaking population and the success of various efforts.

Three hours; one term 

Composition: Short and Long Form

This course allows learners to ease into composing short-form writing pieces entirely in the language of their program (Mohawk/Cayuga). Formats to include; storybooks, short stories, poems, plays, anecdotes and other types as determined by the instructor.

Course will be conducted in the chosen program language (Mohawk/Cayuga).

Three hours; one term

Computers in Personal Support Worker

This course provides PSW students with both a basic conceptual background and practical experience related to information technology in their health care field. The theoretical areas include Internet, hardware and database management while the practical experiences will focus on Operating System basics, word processing, Internet, literature databases and real-world Health Care Information system.

Culture and Tradition I

An introduction and broad overview of existing cultural values, philosophies and practices in Hodinohso:ni’/Rotinonshonni communities.

Topics may include beliefs and practices pertaining to life, death, the afterlife, sexuality, food, family, kinship, lineage, history, governance, timekeeping and the natural world.

Three hours, one term 

Culture and Tradition II

This course offers a further overview of existing cultural values, philosophies and practices in Hodinohso:ni’/Rotinonshonni communities.

Topics may include beliefs and practices pertaining to life, death, the afterlife, sexuality, food, family, kinship, lineage, history, governance, timekeeping and the natural world.

Course will be conducted in English as well as in the chosen program language (Mohawk/Cayuga).

Three hours; one term 

Culture and Tradition III

A further overview of existing cultural values, philosophies and practices in Hodinohso:ni’/Rotinonshonni communities.

Topics may include beliefs and practices pertaining to life, death, the afterlife, sexuality, food, family, kinship, lineage, history, governance, timekeeping and the natural world.

Work will be conducted in in the chosen program language (Mohawk/Cayuga).

Three hours; one term 

Customer Service & Communication Skills

This course emphasizes the importance of effective communication and customer service skills when dealing with clients and coworkers, within a food service organization. This course focuses on developing personal styles of communication for the food service industry.

Students will learn methods to overcome common barriers in communication that lead to conflict in the workplace.

Drawing

This course focuses on a variety of drawing processes, media and subject matter taught within the studio environment.

Observational drawing exercises refer students to historical and contemporary drawing perspectives and stress the development of perceptual and technical skills.

Drawings and Schematics

Interpret engineering drawings. Develop drafting/sketching techniques. Identify dimensions, tolerances and material specifications. Identify symbols common to the trade. Create drawings and bills of material. Modify drawings to reflect changes in specifications.

Ethnoastronomy

This course examines traditional and modern Hodinohso:ni’ understandings of the heavens.

The topics of discussion include: stars, constellations, cartography, navigation, and other astronomical bodies as decided by the instructor.

Work will be conducted in in the chosen program language (Mohawk/Cayuga).

Three hours; one term

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