Ethnobotany

This course introduces traditional and modern Hodinohso:ni understandings of medicinal botany.

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

Three hours; one term

Field Placement- Food Service Worke

This course is designed for students without food service experience who wish to pursue a career in the food industry. Students will work in an approved institutional setting under the supervision of a food service supervisor or dietitian.

The field placement course is mandatory for individuals with less than 500 hours’ of experience in an institutional setting or for those with no formal training or on the job experience.

Food Preparation & Service

This course teaches  food preparation and service procedures required for an efficient and effective food service operation.

Students are introduced to the basic principals of menu planning, standardized recipes, purchasing and receiving procedures, food preparation systems, and food delivery systems.

Foodsafe

This course teaches students the importance of and how to identify sanitary practices in the transportation, purchasing, receiving, and storage of food.

Emphasis is placed on reducing the incidence of foodborne disease outbreaks in high risk populations.

Foundation 2

Explore the role of the PSW in relation to responsibilities in the community. Develop skills related to household management, home care, and care of the family.

Foundations 1

Examine the concept of individuality of persons. Discuss the role and scope of prctice of personal support workers (PSW) in a variety of settings. Understand legislation related to the PSW, the setting and client rights. Apply the language of health care and the problem solving method to the PSW role.

Governance

This course examines the emergence of Hodinohso:ni/Rotinonshonni governance theory from a variety of perspectives, with an emphasis on language: names, terms, descriptions of responsibilities and activities.  

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

Three hours; one term

Grammar I

This course will give students a basic understanding of the grammatical structure of Iroquoian; roots, prefixes, suffixes and word order. It will also cover orthography.

Speaking activities will be utilized to reinforce concepts, promote retention and production.

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

Three hours; two terms

Grammar II

This course reviews and expands students understanding of the grammatical structure of Iroquoian; roots, prefixes, suffixes, and word order.

Speaking activities will be utilized to reinforce concepts, promote retention and production. Greater emphasis is placed on precision of grammar in speaking.

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

Three hours; two terms 

Grammar III

This course is an intensive review and further expansion of the grammatical structure of Iroquoian; roots, prefixes, suffixes, and word order.

Speaking activities will be utilized to reinforce concepts, promote retention and production. Emphasis is placed on using grammatical pieces to create new meaning.

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

Three hours; two terms 

Historical Hodinohso:ni’ Languages

This course will examine the differences and similarities between the various modern Hodinohso:ni’/Rotinonshonni languages from a variety of perspectives with the aim of broadening learners’ knowledge of each.

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

Three hours; one term 

Hodinohso:ni’ History I: Cosmology

This course will examine the differences and similarities between the various modern Hodinohso:ni’/Rotinonshonni languages from a variety of perspectives with the aim of broadening learners’ knowledge of each.

The course will be conducted in English as well as the chosen program language (Mohawk/Cayuga). Work is to be conducted in the chosen program language (Mohawk/Cayuga).

Three hours; one term 

Hodinohso:ni’ History II: Contact to 1800

This course considers the changes in Hodinohso:ni’ society resulting from contact, through to the major cultural and religious upheavals leading up to circa 1800.

Content is pulled from historical documentation and oral history.

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

Three hours: one term

Introduction to Psychology II

This course follows Introduction to Psychology and shows how different psychological areas are integrated.  

Topics covered include learning, memory, language & thought, intelligence & testing, motivation & emotion, development, stress & coping, community psychology and social psychology.

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