Social Justice, Minor
A15C Crawford Hall
Mark Chupp, PhD, and Ayesha Bell Hardaway, JD (Co-Directors)
Undergraduate students from across the university have the opportunity to pursue a minor in Social Justice that prepares them to address local, national and global inequities. An interdisciplinary and flexible approach allows students majoring in the humanities or in STEM fields to address a wide range of crucial issues. The curriculum emphasizes the history, theory and practice of social justice work. It examines the distribution of power, resources and opportunities, and appropriate individual and collective remedies for social injustice.
For undergraduate policies and procedures, please review the Office of Undergraduate Studies section of the General Bulletin.