Earn a Bachelor’s Degree and Be the Change You Seek
If you’re passionate about engaging urgent social problems and changing the world, our Global and Social Justice Studies concentration helps you to empower youth, workers, indigenous communities, religious leaders, women, artists, cultural workers, and ignite transformation. The concentration requires a minimum of 45 credits. Along with electives, at least two credits of internship or field-based learning, and a senior synthesis project, you also take at least one course in each of these categories:
- Leadership, Social Movements, and Global Change
- Political Economy and Globalization
- Theorizing Culture and Difference
- Community Engagement and/or Social Justice Methodologies
- Education for Transformation
- Global and Social Issues
This program will carry you out of the classroom and into community organizations, social institutions, foreign universities for study abroad opportunities, and eventually into a meaningful career. Graduates may find employment in government, education, advocacy program, humanitarian, and philanthropic organizations.
A minimum of 36 quarter units or 24 semester units is required for admission to this degree completion program. Students may transfer up to 80 semester units or 120 quarter units.
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