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Electives List

Below are the listings of the pre-approved elective sequences in the Social Justice Minor. Click on the option to see courses in that emphasis. PLEASE NOTE: Course offerings vary by semester. To view the current listing  of courses, refer to the current class schedule. 

Emphasis 1: Prejudice & Discrimination
Social Justice 101: Introduction to Social Justice
 
Social Justice 101/102: Introduction to Social Justice (Quest)
 
Social Justice/Political Science and Women’s & Gender Studies 303: Women, Politics and Policy: A Global Perspective
 
Social Justice/Political Science 304: Race & Ethnicity in US Politics
 
Social Justice/Economics and Women’s & Gender Studies 307: Discrimination, Gender, and the Economy **prereqs not waived**
 
Social Justice/Political Science 313: Politics of Genocide
 
Social Justice/Communication 314: Inside Out Prison Exchange *instructor consent only*
 
Social Justice/Criminal Justice 334: Comparative Criminal Justice Policies
 
Social Justice/Radio-TV-Film/Women’s & Gender Studies 347: Race, Class, and Gender in American Media
 
Social Justice 366: Service Learning Field Study *Department consent required* For SJ Minors
 
Social Justice/Political Science 377: Foundations of American Political Thought
 
Social Justice/Political Science 378: American Political Thought
 
Social Justice 395:
–Special Topics: Queer Lives Through Memoir (If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
–Special Topics: Religion & Sexuality–to be offered Fall 2018 (If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
Social Justice 399:
–Special Topics: Off-Campus Study *Instructor consent required*
  1. Action, Gender, and Social Justice in Tanzania (cross-listed with Communication 405 and Women’s and Gender Studies 399)
  2. Activism, Resistance, and Visual Rhetoric in Germany (cross-listed with Communication 405 and Women’s and Gender Studies 399)

Social Justice 403 Feminist Thought and Practice

Social Justice 446: Independent Study *Department consent required* For SJ Minors

 
Social Justice/Communication 450: Rhetoric of the US Women’s Movement 1776-1920
 
Social Justice/Communication 451: Rhetoric of the US Women’s Movement 1920-current
 
African American Studies 100: Introduction to African American Studies
 
African American Studies 395: Special Topics: Black Masculinities, Sexualities in Education and Society (cross-listed with WAGS 397).(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
Anthropology 123: Cultural Diversity in the US
 
Anthropology 232: Cultural Anthropology
Anthropology 304 Writing for Social Sciences (email Courtney Bauder)
Anthropology/Women’s  & Gender Studies 344: Kinship, Gender, Sexuality
 
Anthropology  350: Ethnographic Methods
 
Anthropology 384: Urban Anthropology
 
Communication 318: Intercultural Communication
 
Communication 445: African American Civil Rights Rhetoric
 
Criminal Justice/Social Justice 332: Violence in America: An Exam. of the Institutional Foundations
 
Criminal Justice 333: Illegal Bias in the Criminal Justice System
 
Criminal Justice/Social Justice 334: Comparative Criminal Justice Policies
 
Criminal Justice 353/553: Convict Criminology
 
Education 353: Hmong Language, Culture, & Learning
 
Education 377/577: Latino(a) Language, Culture, & Learning
 
English 218: Intro to Multiethnic Lit
 
English 221: Asian American Lit
 
English 324: Gender in Literature
 
English 361: Asian American Literature: Sex, Lies,and Asian American Literature
 
English/Women’s & Gender Studies 371: African Am Women Writers: Optional Content
 
English 388: Grant Writing Foundations (work to ensure assignments align with emphasis)
 
English/Women’s & Gender Studies 391: Queer, Trans, Non-Binary Literature (previous course title was Gay & Lesbian Literature: Optional Content)
 
Environmental Studies/Women’s & Gender Studies 365: Gender and Nature
 
Environmental Studies 390: Seminar on Environmental Justice
 
Geography 202: Human Geography
 
Geography/Women’s & Gender Studies 333: Gender, Place, Culture
 
Geography 353: Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
 
Geography 399: Zambia Study Tour (email Courtney Bauder to finalize SJ content)
 
History 311:
–Special Topics: The American Left, From Abolitionism to Occupy Wall Street.(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
History/Women’s & Gender Studies 328: History of Sexuality
 
History 344: Europe Since 1945
 
History 359: Africa 1800 – Present
 
History 360: South Africa 1652 – Present
 
History 368: The Gilded Age & Progressive Era
 
History 385: African American History
 
History/Women’s & Gender Studies 386: Women in the US
 
History 396: America in the Sixties
 
Honors 175: *when offered with social justice content*
 
Human Serv. 375: Current Issues: Culture and Community Exchange in Costa Rica
 
Human Serv. 378: Refugees, Migration & Human Serv.
 
Philosophy 205: Ethical Issues in a Diverse Society
 
Political Science 346: Queer Politics & Policy
 
Political Science 370:
–Special Topics: Queer Politics(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
Political Science 378: Modern Am. Political Thought
 
Psychology/Women’s & Gender Studies 260: Psychology of Gender (instructor consent only)
 
Psychology 271: Cross-Cultural Psychology
 
Psychology/Women’s & Gender Studies 338: Adult Development and Aging
 
RTF 341: Doc. Production (email Courtney Bauder to finalize SJ content)
 
Social Work/Women’s & Gender Studies 305: Social Work Ethics in a Diverse Society
 
Social Work 371: Child and Family Welfare
 
Social Work 375: Treatment and Mistreatment of Offenders
 
Sociology 317: Sociology of Health & Illness
 
Sociology 359: Minority Groups
 
Sociology 368: Sociology of Gender
 
Women’s & Gender Studies 201: Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies
 
Women’s & Gender Studies 315: Women and Madness
 
Women’s & Gender Studies 350: Women, Race, and Class
 
Women’s & Gender Studies 395:
–Special Topics: Intro to Trans & Gender Queer Studies  Special Topics: Queer Lives Through Memoir(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.) Special Topics: Bisexual, Pansexual Lives (If the course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
Women’s & Gender Studies 397:
–Special Topics: Black Masculinities, Sexualities in Education and Society (cross-listed with AAS 395)(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
Women’s & Gender Studies 392: Queer Theory/Queer Lives
Emphasis 2: Poverty
Social Justice 101: Introduction to Social Justice
 
Social Justice 101/102: Introduction to Social Justice (Quest)
 
Social Justice/Political Science 304: Race and Ethnicity in US Politics
 
Social Justice/Economics and Women’s & Gender Studies 307: Discrimination, Gender, and the Economy **prereqs not waived**
 
Social Justice/Criminal Justice 332: Violence: An Examination of Instit. Found.
 
Social Justice 366: Service Learning Field Study *Department consent required* For SJ Minors
 
Social Justice/Political Science 378: American Political Thought
 
Social Justice 399:
–Special Topics: Off-Campus Study *Instructor consent required* 1) Action, Gender, and Social Justice in Tanzania (Cross-listed with Communication 405 and Women’s and Gender Studies 399)
 

Social Justice 403 Feminist Thought and Practice

Social Justice 446: Independent Study *Department consent required* For SJ Minors
 
Social Work 333: Poverty
 
Sociology 317: Sociology of Health & Illness
 
Sociology 331: Social Stratification
 
African American Studies 100: Intro to African American Studies
 
 Anthropology 122 :  World Ethnography
 
Anthropology 304 Writing for Social Sciences (email Courtney Bauder)
Anthropology 348: Economy, Nature, and Culture
 
Anthropology/Environmental Studies 380: Globalization
 
Anthropology 384: Urban Anthropology
 
Education 377/577: Latino(a) Language, Culture, & Learning
 
English 218: Intro to Multiethnic Lit
 
English 221: Asian American Lit
 
English 388: Grant Writing Foundations (work to ensure assignments align with emphasis)
 
Geography 202: Human Geography
 
Geography/Women’s and Gender Studies 333: Gender, Place, Culture
 
Geography 353: Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
Geography 399: Zambia Study Tour
 
History 311: Special Topics: The American Left, From Abolitionism to Occupy Wall Street
 
History 368: The Gilded Age & Progressive Era
 
Honors 175: *when offered with social justice content*
 
Human Serv 375: Current Issues: Culture and Community Exchange in Costa Rica
 
Political Science 378: Modern Am. Political Thought
 
Religious Studies 356: Religion and Liberation Ethics
RTF 341: Doc. Production (contact Courtney Bauder to finalize SJ content)
 
Sociology 359: Minority Groups
 
Women’s & Gender Studies 350: Women, Race, & Class
Emphasis 3: Environment and Social Justice
Social Justice 101: Introduction to Social Justice
 
Social Justice 101/102: Introduction to Social Justice (Quest)
 
Social Justice 366: Service Learning Field Study *Department consent required* For SJ Minors
 
Social Justice 399: Special Topics: Off-Campus Study *Instructor consent required*
 
Social Justice 446: Independent Study *Department consent required* For SJ Minors
 
Anthropology 304 Writing for Social Sciences (email Courtney Bauder)
Anthropology  348:  Economy, Nature, and Culture
 
Anthropology/Environmental Studies 380: Globalization
 
Criminal Justice/Social Justice 332: Violence in America: An Exam. of the Institutional Foundations
 
Economics 319: Economics of Less Developed Countries *pre-reqs not waived*
 
Education 377/577: Latino(a) Language, Culture, & Learning *Instructor consent needed for this emphasis*
 
English 343: Nature Writing
 
English 388: Grant Writing Foundations (work to ensure assignments align with emphasis)
 
Environmental Studies 164: Religion & Nature
 
Environmental Studies 261: Environment and Society
 
Environmental Studies 300: Internship in Environmental Studies
 
Environmental Studies 332: Radical Environmentalism
 
Environmental Studies 355: Global Environmental History
 
Environmental Studies/Women’s & Gender Studies 365: Gender & Nature
 
Environmental Studies 375: Ecosocial Advocacy
 
Environmental Studies 390: Special Topics: Climate Justice
 
Geography 202: Human Geography
 
Geography 353: Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
Geography 399: Zambia Study Tour
 
Health 315: Environmental Health
 
History 326: American Environment History
 
History 344: Europe Since 1945
 
History/Env. Studies 355: Global Environmental History
 
History 368: The Gilded Age & Progressive Era     * instructor consent*
 
Honors 175: *when offered with social justice content*
 
Human Serv, 375: Current Issues: Culture and Community Exchange in Costa Rica
 
Religious Studies 164: Religion & Nature
 
Religious Studies 362: Religion and Earth Ethics
RTF 341: Doc. Production (contact Courtney Bauder to finalize SJ content)
Emphasis 4: Human Rights
Social Justice 101: Introduction to Social Justice
 
Social Justice 101/102: Introduction to Social Justice (Quest)
 
Social Justice/Political Science and Women’s & Gender Studies 303: Women, Politics and Policy: A Global Perspective
 
Social Justice/Political Science 313: Politics of Genocide
 
Social Justice/Political Science 355: Modern Political Thought
 
Social Justice 366: Service Learning Field Study *Department consent required* For SJ Minors
 
Social Justice/Political Science 377: Foundations of American Political Thought
 
Social Justice/Political Science 378: American Political Thought
 
Social Justice 395: Religion and Sexuality–offered Fall 2018(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
Social Justice 399:
–Special Topics: Off-Campus Study *Instructor consent required* 1) Action, Gender, and Social Justice in Tanzania (Cross-listed with Communication 405 and Women’s and Gender Studies 399)
 
Social Justice 446: Independent Study *Department consent required* For SJ Minors
 
 African Am. Studies  100:  Introduction to African American Studies
 
Anthropology 304 Writing for Social Sciences (email Courtney Bauder)
Anthropology 338: The Anthropology of Law and Politics
 
Anthropology 384: Urban Anthropology
 
Communication/Women’s & Gender Studies 316: Gender, Discourse & Power
 
Communication 427: Rhetorical Criticism
 
Criminal Justice/Social Justice 332: Violence in America: An Exam. of the Institutional Foundations
 
Criminal Justice 333: Illegal Bias in the Criminal Justice System
 
Criminal Justice 353/553: Convict Criminology
 
Economics/Women’s & Gender Studies 307: Discrimination, Gender, and the Economy *pre-reqs not waived*
 
Ed: Human Services/Women’s & Gender Studies 353: Domestic Violence
 
Education 377/577: Latino(a) Language, Culture, & Learning * instructor consent needed for this emphasis*
 
English 218: Intro to Multiethnic Lit
 
English 221: Asian American Lit
 
English 361: Asian American Literature: Sex, Lies, and Asian American Literature
 
English 388: Grant Writing Foundations (work to ensure assignments align with emphasis)
 
Geography/Women’s and Gender Studies 333: Gender, Place…
 
Geography 353: Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
 
Geography 421:  Global Human Rights
 
Geography 399: Zambia Study Tour
 
History 311: Special Topics: The American Left, From Abolitionism to Occupy Wall Street(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
History/Women’s & Gender Studies 328: History of Sexuality
 
History 344: Europe Since 1945
 
Honors 175: *when offered with social justice content*
 
Human Serv 353: Domestic Violence
 
Human Serv. 375: Current Issues: Culture and Community Exchange in Costa Rica
 
Philosophy 205: Ethical Issues in a Diverse Society
 
Philosophy 325: Social & Political Philosophy
 
Philosophy 345: Philosophy of Law
 
Political Science 313: Politics of Genocide
 
Political Science 346: Queer Politics & Policy
 
Political Science 370: Special Topics: Queer Politics(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
Political Science 378: Modern Am. Political Thought
 
RTF: 341 Doc. Production (contact Courtney Bauder to finalize SJ content)
 
Social Work/Women’s & Gender Studies 305: Social Work Ethics in a Diverse Society
 
Social Work 375: Treatment and Mistreatment of Offenders
 
Sociology 317: Sociology of Health & Illness
 
Women’s & Gender Studies 201: Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies
 
Women’s & Gender Studies 315: Women and Madness
Emphasis 5: Social Activism
Social Justice 101: Introduction to Social Justice
 
Social Justice 101/102: Introduction to Social Justice (Quest)
 
Social Justice/Political Science 303: Women, Politics and Policy: A Global Perspective
 
Social Justice/Political Science 304: Race & Ethnicity in US Politics
 
Social Justice/Political Science 313: Politics of Genocide
 
Social Justice/Communication 314: Inside Out Prison Exchange (instructor consent only)
 
Social Justice 366: Service Learning Field Study *Department consent required* For SJ Minors
 
Social Justice/Political Science 378: American  Political Thought
 
Social Justice 395:
–Special Topics: Queer Lives Through Memoir(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
Social Justice 399:
–Special Topics: Off-Campus Study *Instructor consent required*
  1. Special Topics: Action, Gender, and Social Justice in Tanzania (cross-listed with Communication 405 and Women’s and Gender Studies 399)
  2. Activism, Resistance, and Visual Rhetoric in Germany (cross-listed with Communication 405 and Women’s and Gender Studies 399)
Social Justice 446: Independent Study *Department consent required* For SJ Minors
 
Social Justice/Communication 450: Rhetoric of the US Women’s Movement 1776-1920
 
Social Justice/Communication 451: Rhetoric of the US Women’s Movement 1920-current
 
 Af Am Studies  100:  Introduction to African American Studies
 
Anthropology 304 Writing for Social Sciences (email Courtney Bauder)
Anthropology 350: Ethnographic Methods
 
Communication 314: Inside Out Prison Exchange (instructor consent only)
 
Communication/Women’s & Gender Studies 316: Gender, Discourse & Power
 
Communication 318: Intercultural Communication
 
Communication 427: Rhetorical Criticism
 
Communication 445: African American Civil Rights Rhetoric
 
Criminal Justice/Social Justice 332: Violence in America: An Exam. of the Institutional Foundations
 
Criminal Justice 353/553: Convict Criminology
 
Education 377/577: Latino(a) Language, Culture, & Learning *instructor consent needed for this emphasis*
 
English 218: Intro to Multiethnic Lit
 
English 221: Asian American Lit
 
English/Women’s & Gender Studies 371: African Am Women Writers: Optional Content
 
English 388: Grant Writing Foundations (work to ensure assignments align with emphasis)
 
English 391: Queer, Trans, Non-Binary Literature (previous course title was Gay & Lesbian Literature: Optional Content)
 
Environmental Studies 375: Ecosocial Advocacy
 
Environmental Studies:
–Special Topics: Environmental Justice(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
Geography 353: Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
 
Geography 399: Zambia Study Tour
 
History 311:
–Special Topics: The American Left, From Abolitionism to Occupy Wall Street(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
History/Women’s and Gender Studies 328: History of Sexuality
 
History 344: Europe Since 1945
 
History 350: Modern Eastern History
 
History 360: South Africa 1652 – Present
 
History 368: The Gilded Age & Progressive Era
 
History/Women & Gender Studies 386: Women in the US
 
History 396: America in the Sixties
 
Honors 175: *when offered with social justice content*
 
Human Serv. 375: Current Issues: Culture and Community Exchange in Costa Rica
 
International Studies 308: Revolution & Development (Must be International Studies major or minor/instructor consent)
 
International Studies 315: Perspectives in the Nuclear Age(Must be International Studies major or minor/instructor consent)
 
Journalism 341: Media and Society
 
Philosophy 301: History of Ancient Philosophy
 
Philosophy 311: Bioethics
 
Philosophy 329: Contemporary Ethical Issues
 
Political Science 325: American Political Thought
 
Political Science 346: Queer Politics & Policy
 
Political Science 370:
–Special Topics: Queer Politics(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
Political Science 378: Modern Am. Political Thought
 
Religious Studies 240: Islam
 
Religious Studies 381: Terrorism & Religious Violence
 
RTF 341: Doc. Production (contact Courtney Bauder to finalize SJ content)
 
Social Work/Women’s & Gender Studies 305: Social Work Ethics in a Diverse Society
 
Social Work 333: Poverty
 
Sociology 325: Social Movements and Collective Behavior
 
Women’s & Gender Studies 201: Introduction to Women’s & Gender  Studies
 
Women’s & Gender Studies 395:
–Special Topics: Intro to Trans & Gender Queer Studies (If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
–Special Topics: Queer Lives Through Memoir(If course becomes a permanent offering, the instructor will email the director.)
 
Women’s & Gender Studies 392: Queer Theory/Queer Lives