Peace and Social Justice

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Peace and Social Justice Courses

  • PSJ-200. Introduction to Peace and Social Justice Studies

    PSJ-200 will introduce students to many different types of social problems, challenging them to think critically about the conditions under and contexts within which violence and injustice occur. Students will also learn about U.S. social movements which have mobilized to challenge social injustices. A primary objective of the course will be to expose students to the many disciplines on campus that are grappling with the realities of social inequality and violence. Four semester hours.

    PSJ-381. Internship

    An off-campus academic/work experience under the supervision of an internship adviser and an on-site supervisor. Discuss details with the Peace and Social Justice Coordinator. Open to juniors and seniors. The term during which the internship work is performed will be noted by one of the following letters, to be added immediately after the internship course number: A (fall), B (winter), C (spring), or D (summer). Internships undertaken abroad will be so indicated by the letter I. The intern must complete a minimum of 120 hours of work. Graded S/U. Prerequisites: PSJ-200 and approval of a faculty internship adviser. Three semester hours. (I.)

    PSJ-382. Internship

    An off-campus academic/work experience under the supervision of an internship adviser and an on-site supervisor. Discuss details with the Peace and Social Justice Coordinator. Open to juniors and seniors. The term during which the internship work is performed will be noted by one of the following letters, to be added immediately after the internship course number: A (fall), B (winter), C (spring), or D (summer). Internships undertaken abroad will be so indicated by the letter I. The intern must complete a minimum of 160 hours of work. Graded S/U. Prerequisites: PSJ-200 and approval of a faculty internship adviser. Four semester hours. (I.)