To qualify for admission to INCA, students must be eligible for admission to the First Nations University of Canada/University of Regina.
For detailed information or advice pertaining to academic rules, regulations, or degree requirements please refer to University of Regina Academic Calendar or contact the Registrar’s Office at 306.790.5950 extension 3105.
Staff at the FNUniv Registrar’s Office will help guide you through the process of registering, and FNUniv’s academic advisors are on hand to help ensure you choose the right classes to achieve your goals.
You may take individual INCA courses to supplement your education, or enroll to receive a one-year Certificate or two-year Diploma in Indigenous Communication Arts (INCA)
Details about courses and credit requirements may be found here: https://www.incaonline.ca/application-information/
Certificate holders will be well equipped to work as communicators in their home communities. Diploma holders are eligible for entry to most Canadian journalism schools.
Student must have a GPA of at least 65.00% based on all courses being used for the certificate or diploma.
Proficiency in English must be well above average, and it is strongly recommended that applicants have basic computer skills.