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September 30, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence
 

MSW Aboriginal Field of Study

The first Master of Social Work program in Canada rooted in a wholistic Indigenous world view and contemporary social work practice. The goal is to develop social work practitioners who demonstrate an understanding of and respect for the history, traditions and culture of the Indigenous peoples of Canada. This unique program includes the use of Indigenous elders, a traditional circle process, and Indigenous ceremonies.

Incoming & Returning Students:  Course Registration Opens May 15, 2014

Incoming Student Registration Guide:  click here

Returning Student Registration Guide:  click here

Headstart FSW 2014-2015

Please also consider attending the Headstart Program.The Headstart program will provide you with the tools you require to begin the FSW program.  For more information click here.

Faculty of Social Work Orientation 2014

The FSW Orientation is an orientation for all incoming FSW students and is held at the Kitchener campus, 120 Duke St., West.  Only Full-time MSW Aboriginal Field of Study incoming students are required to attend.  For more information click here.



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Couchiching mother, son set to graduate together Couchiching mother, son set to graduate together
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Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute & MSW, Aboriginal Field of Study - A New Partnership!
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People as Books!  The first Indigenous Living Library event Hosted at Laurierís Waterloo Campus People as Books! The first Indigenous Living Library event Hosted at Laurierís Waterloo Campus
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New logo tells the story of the AFS program New logo tells the story of the AFS program
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Gale Cyr joins AFS as Elder-in-Residence Gale Cyr joins AFS as Elder-in-Residence
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