WEEKEND LISTEN: First Nations language part of new Six Nations degree
Some elements will still be taught in English
For the first time, students at the Six Nations Polytechnic Institute will be able to earn a bachelor degree in Mohawk or Cayuga.
Some elements of the course will continue to be taught in English, but the majority of studies will be in an aboriginal language.
Institute president Rebecca Jamieson explained to host Craig Norris on CBC Kitchener-Waterloo's Morning Edition how the programme will unfold.