Indigenous Mental Health Diploma – Two (2) Year Cohort - 20 courses transferable to Aboriginal Health Degree University of Lethbridge

 

Program Overview: Centered on Indigenous ways of knowing, an expression of harmony, balance, unity. The Diploma draws on ground-breaking theory and practice which involves an in-depth understanding and integration of Indigenous approaches to wellness. The Program is foundational to the collective and community based Indigenous knowledge which is the discourse to an access of approaches for resolving the challenges which contribute to the human crisis in Indigenous communities.

Admission Requirements:

  • English Language Arts 30-1 with a minimum grade of 65%, or equivalent
  • Accuplacer test
  • Two confidential letters of reference
  • A mandatory letter from an Eminent Scholar of the Blackfoot speaking people (Siksiaitsitapi)
  • Scheduled Interview

 

Academic Upgrading and High School Applicants: Applicants currently in high school or who are completing academic upgrading must submit proof of enrollment and any available interim/midterm marks. Final marks must be submitted within one month following the completion of the course(s) and no later than one month prior to the program start date.

Program at a glance
Credential: Diploma

 Length of Program: 2 years

Method of Delivery:  RCCC Main campus

Program Intakes:  Winter

 

Applications Open:  April 1

Closed Date: June 31