Learning Opportunities

Indigenous Studies

Indigenous Studies is an interdisciplinary program of study, examining topics relevant to Indigenous peoples' realities. Housed in the Faculty of Social Science, the program allows students to either specifically focus on Indigenous issues or to combine their program with any other undergraduate degrees.

One Health

One Health is an integrated effort of multiple disciplines working locally, nationally and globally to attain optimal health for humans, animals and the environment. (The Honours Specialization in One Health, leading to a Bachelor of Medical Sciences (BMSc) degree, was created in collaboration with Western University’s Departments of Sociology and Geography in the Faculty of Social Science.)

Centre for Global Studies

Huron’s Centre for Global Studies students confront problems of global inequalities, explore forms of globalization at human scales, and analyse the concepts, ideas, and cultural work ordering of life in this world. Students learn to critically locate themselves in global power relations and practical ways in which they may take responsibility for their positions of privilege.

Master of Management of Applied Science (MMASc) in Global Health Systems

An intra-faculty professional program offered through the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry and the Faculty of Health Sciences.

Collaborative Graduate Program in Global Health Systems

Augments the training received in the student’s home department by providing specialized training in scholarship related to Global Health Systems in Africa.

Critical and Ethical Global Engagement Certificate

Upcoming certificate offered by Western Continuing Studies.