The Social Justice Certificate provides opportunities to explore topics including equity, social rights, and collective action as they relate to intersectional and interdisciplinary issues. The program explores theoretical and practical questions of economic, political, and social rights through a variety of lenses.
This 12-credit certificate program enables students to engage in issues of community and society; history; economy; dis/ability; opportunity and accessibility; health, illness, and wellness; the environment; food and nutrition; wealth and poverty (and the distribution of and access to resources); power and privilege; education; employment; housing; and healthcare.
The Social Justice Certificate Program is designed to be completed in conjunction with an undergraduate degree or for individuals who have completed an undergraduate degree and wish to deepen their understanding of social justice. Successful completion of the Social Justice Certificate will be noted on the student's transcript.