2022 June Semester Masters Courses

For full course descriptions consult the Academic Calendar.

Face to FaceFace to Face Course Delivery

Face to FaceCourse available by ZOOM

Session 1 May 29 - June 1 Mornings Indigenous Spirituality and Formation
Session 2 May 29 – June 1 Afternoons Cultural Anthropology
Session 3 June 6 - 9 Mornings Asset-Based Theology - Asset-Based Development
Session 4 June 6 - 9 Afternoons Theology II - Theology & Ethic of the Land
Scheduled by Instructor Symposium Seminar
Arranged with Instructor Field Placement

NA 731 Asset-Based Theology

Terry LeBlanc

All programs

This course focuses on an asset-based approach to Christian theology and will explore theological and theoretical models for Christian theology that identify covenantal collapse and the loss of relationship within three critical spheres as an alternative to the generally articulated moral and legal breech models.


LL514_LL525 Indigenous Symposium Seminar

Kenneth Wallace

All programs

In order to foster deeper relationship, mire effective academic engagement, and an overall greater involvement within the NAIITS community, students are required to attend two symposia and are required to participate in the concurrent seminar.


ID682 Indigenous Spirituality & Formation

Casey Church

All programs

The focus of the course is to introduce the student to the ways in which Indigenous people participate as followers of Jesus in a manner that is authentic to their own cultural understandings, seeking to encourage spiritual growth and development from within such an Indigenous framework.


NA712 Theology II: Theology & Ethic of the Land

Dave Skene

All programs

This course will help students develop an integrated understanding of God, humanity and culture focusing on current debates and their bearing on Christian mission and community.


CO755 Cultural Anthropology

John McNeill

MA Programs

Trajectories in the study of anthropology have been helpful and hurtful, particularly to Indigenous people globally. In this course, participants will explore a variety of historical anthropological theories.


CO753 Asset-Based Development

Sherelle Cotecson

MA-INCD Program Only

The course is an introduction to asset-based planning and design as a human and organizational capacity- building approach.

Asset-based Community Development (ABCD) seeks to locate, underscore, and emphasize, in a selective way, the life-giving forces and successes within an organization, group, or community.


ID685 Wellness I

Stephanie Goins/Renee Begay

Limited enrolment

Program students only

The course is an introduction to asset-based planning and design as a human and organizational capacity- building approach.

Asset-based Community Development (ABCD) seeks to locate, underscore, and emphasize, in a selective way, the life-giving forces and successes within an organization, group, or community.