Squamish Nation Language and Culture Certificate

Arts & Sciences, School of Humanities

Credential
Certificate

Program Highlights

Develop your Squamish language skills while learning about the history and culture of the Squamish nation. Í7xwixw ta néwyap wa uutm mi ap ta7lt!

Help keep the Squamish language alive and enter a career as a teacher while learning about the language and culture of the Squamish nation. In this program you'll study off campus and be taught by CapU instructors and Squamish community members. You'll take introductory language courses as well as literature and other electives relevant to Squamish language and culture. Courses are taught from a Squamish perspective and are aimed at current and future Squamish language teachers – a field that is expected to expand in the future.

Intakes

CampusTermsFull/Part Time
Off CampusFallPart-Time
Off CampusSpringPart-Time

Tuition and Fees Per Year

Domestic Students
Year Tuition Fees Total
Year 1$1,954 $1,013 $2,967
Year 2$1,954 $1,013 $2,967
Total$3,908 $2,026 $5,934

Note: Fees are subject to change.

Program Requirements

First Term

Total credits: 9.00

Required
ENGL 100University Writing Strategies3.00 credits
FNLG 100The Squamish Language I3.00 credits
LING 102Introduction to Practical Phonetics3.00 credits

Second Term

Total credits: 6.00

Third Term

Total credits: 9.00

Required
ENGL 107Indigenous Literature and Film3.00 credits
FNST 100The Squamish People and Language I3.00 credits
Elective - see list below3.00 credits

Fourth Term

Total credits: 6.00

Required
FNST 101Squamish People and Language II (Skwxwu7meshulh Uxwumixw II)3.00 credits
Elective - see list below3.00 credits

Electives

BIOL 104Human Biology4.00 credits
BIOL 105Environmental Biology4.00 credits
BIOL 106Introductory Biology I1.50 credits
BIOL 107Introductory Biology II4.00 credits
BIOL 110General Biology I4.00 credits
BIOL 111General Biology II4.00 credits
BIOL 112Human Anatomy and Physiology I for Health Sciences4.00 credits
BIOL 113Human Anatomy and Physiology II for Health Sciences4.00 credits
BIOL 200Genetics I3.00 credits
BIOL 202Nutrition3.00 credits
BIOL 203Introduction to Microbiology4.00 credits
BIOL 208Ecology4.00 credits
BIOL 210Morphology of Vascular Plants4.00 credits
BIOL 212Invertebrate Zoology4.00 credits
BIOL 213Vertebrate Zoology4.00 credits
BIOL 214Cell Biology4.00 credits
BIOL 215Biochemistry4.00 credits
BIOL 222Microbiology4.00 credits
BIOL 240Pathology3.00 credits
BIOL 305Ecological Principles for Sustainability3.00 credits
BIOL 350Natural History of BC3.00 credits
BIOL 351Global Biogeography3.00 credits
BIOL 352Evolution of Life3.00 credits
BIOL 353Brain Health3.00 credits
BIOL 354Physiology of Disease3.00 credits

Total program credits: 30.00

Important Dates

Application Deadline

Aug 7

Course Registration & Waitlisting

Jul 9-20

Fee Payment Deadline

Aug 27  4 p.m.

Application Deadline

Dec 4

Course Registration & Waitlisting

Nov 13-22

Fee Payment Deadline

Dec 18  4 p.m.

Note: Dates are subject to change.

Admission Requirements

BC Secondary School graduation (Grade 12) or equivalent; or Mature Student status

Interview with Squamish education officials.


For the official publication of programs, course descriptions and admission requirements please view the Capilano University Calendar (pdf).

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Contact

Have questions about this program? Get in touch with an admissions advisor.

Student Information Services


604 984 4900
604 984 1798 (fax)
Birch Building, room BR230
CapUinfo@capilanou.ca