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Bachelor of Commerce - Introduction to Indigenous Business ( Mar 27, 2020 ~ Mar 29, 2020 )

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM AFOA Alberta Enoch Learning Center

This is a three-credit, introductory course to Indigenous business is designed to provide students with an understanding of the unique context in which business and organizations operate with the Indigenous community, socially, economically and legally.

This is a three credit course in Indigenous business is designed to provide students with the an understanding of the unique context in which Indigenous business and organizations operate, offered through AFOA Alberta and Athabasca University. This is a required course to satisfy the requirements for a Bachelor of Commerce degree - Indigenous Major. Content will include: basic concepts of business, historical and cultural context, legal environment, challenges and opportunities of Indigenous business. Sessions are March 27-29, April 17-19, May 22-24 and June 12-14, 2020. The sessions will be conducted at the AFOA Alberta learning center at Enoch, AB. Cost for members is $500.00, non-members is $885.00 (includes the cost for membership). This is a pre-registration, additional registration forms and pre-payment are required. This program requires pre-reading and individually paced work including graded assignments outside of the classroom as well as exams. An electronic textbook will be provided, if you wish a printed text, you must purchase seperately. Please plan to spend a minimum of 15 hours per week outside of course weekends to complete work and assingments.  You will require a computer and internet connection for this program. This course is part of the Bachelor of Commerce program. Cellphone use will be restricted during classroom instruction. You must register by March 07, 2020 to participate in this co-hort.