Mohawk College has collaborated with Lambton College, Laurier Brantford and McMaster University to establish a college-to-university pathway program. The 2+2 pathway creates new opportunities for Indigenous Studies students to advance their post-secondary education and it raises the awareness and understanding of Indigenous histories, cultures, and issues among the broader student body.
Graduates of Mohawk's two-year General Arts & Science Diploma, who complete the eight Indigenous Studies courses within the program and maintain a cumulative GPA of 75%, are eligible to apply to McMaster University, Faculty of Social Sciences Indigenous Studies major (opens new window) or Laurier Brantford, Indigenous Studies (opens new window) degree programs. Eligible graduates will receive transfer credit equivalent to two years of full time study towards their Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree.
Learn more about the Indigenous Studies 2+2 Pathways.
View the pathway flyer (opens .pdf).
Read the media release.
See all of Mohawk’s Credit Transfer Agreements.