The Gabriel Dumont Institute has affiliation agreements with both the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina, which allow the institute to deliver university accredited programs throughout the province.
Bachelor of Arts and Science
As an affiliate college of the University of Saskatchewan, the Gabriel Dumont College can deliver the first two years of a Bachelor of Arts and Science degree. Currently, these courses are available in Saskatoon and Prince Albert, and focus on Native studies, Métis studies and Indigenous languages.
Through its affiliation agreement with the University of Regina, the institute has offered university level English classes in Prince Albert area high schools.
Gabriel Dumont Institute and the University of Regina are expanding their affiliation agreement to jointly deliver the first two years of a Bachelor of Arts and Science degree through GDC (pending U of R admission requirements).
In addition, the Institute has partnered with the U of R Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Graduate Studies to bring a 30 credit unit Course-Based Masters Program in Curriculum and Instruction to Prince Albert. The 24-seat Community-Based Masters of Education (CBMEP) began in the summer of 2013 and will complete in the summer of 2015.
GDC provides an academic, cultural, and social environment that encourages learning and academic excellence while enhancing self-esteem and stressing the value of Métis culture.
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