2019-2020 Catalog 
    
    Jun 01, 2020  
2019-2020 Catalog

Peace and Justice Studies Minor


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The Peace and Justice Studies program enables students to examine impediments to peace and justice-such as militarism, repression, violence, racism, sexism, underdevelopment and environmental decay-as well as study ideas, strategies, social movements, and theological and philosophical approaches that seek to build a just and peaceful society.

Program Learning Outcomes


Upon completing the Peace & Justice Studies minor, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate general knowledge of conditions that lead to war and injustice as well as opportunities to work toward peace and justice;
  • Describe and critically assess scholarship on peace and justice;
  • Identify connections between (in)justices in the world ‘out there’ and their own lives

Minor Requirements (20 Units)


The minor requires completion of five courses, including an internship/fieldwork course. These may be double-counted and triple-counted for major and core requirements.

Electives (12 Units - 3 Courses)


Choose one course (4 units) in three of the following four categories:

Internship Courses (4 Units)


Any PJS-related USF Service Learning (SL) class (approval required)

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