Guided by experienced faculty and community mentors, students earning a Social Justice Studies minor explore the reality and consequences of systemic oppression. They also learn how to respond to those realities and consequences in ways that alleviate immediate suffering and lead to social transformation.
The work of social justice cannot be learned in the classroom alone. One thing that makes our minor in Social Justice distinctive is its deep dive into experiential learning as part of our Cooperative Education program. The pairing of classroom instruction with hands-on experience in justice and service-related contexts enables students to develop their gifts as agents of social change.
Students will receive both course credit and competitive compensation for their experiential learning in the program.
Our Ulrich Center for Faith, Ethics & Justice provides numerous forums for learning about the work of justice in our community, nation, and world. We invite social justice innovators and leaders to campus to engage our students on the work of justice, through ethics conversations, lectures, panel discussions, and more. The Ulrich Center also sponsors opportunities for service in the community.
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