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Social Justice Studies Minor Requirements

Core Requirements (choose 3):

9 s.h.

ALS 273, HIST 120, PHIL 102, PHIL/ALS 160

Electives (select from at least two different disciplines):

9 s.h.

ALS 262 or AHIS/ALS 264, ALS 395,

ALS 397 (3 s.h.), ANTH 201 or ANTH 227,

GEOG 230 or GEOG 233, HIST/ALS 104 or POLS/ALS 265, WHIS/ALS 272 or WMST/ALS 252 or POLS/ALS 267, AHIS 284 or AHIS/ALS 288, PHIL/ALS 259 or PHIL/ALS 260, POLS 219, POLS 235 or SOCL 244 or PHIL 230, POLS 243 or POLS 245, POLS 278 (1 s.h.), POLS 283 or POLS/ALS 265, POLS 288, PSYC 243 or SOCL 237, SOCL 239 or FAMS 361, SOCL 250 or SOCL 260, SOCL 261, SOCL 279, SOCL 282, WLIT/ALS 257 or ALIT 207, WMST 212, WMST/ALS 261 or WMST/ALS 269

 

Capstone Experience

3 s.h.

ALS 395 or ALS 397 or a Senior Seminar as approved or

Study Abroad as approved by program coordinator.

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