SOCJUST 102Q1 - Introduction to Social Justice (XS)(ES)
This is an introductory course focused on social justice, designed to provide an understanding of contemporary issues related to social justice and in identifying and assessing relevant social, economic and behavioral factors which impact people experiencing injustice and oppression. Topics including race, gender, class, disability, gender orientation and environmental injustice, (historic and current) will be explored. Corrective measures which have been used as well as potential corrective measures, will also be explored. Credit cannot be received for both Social Justice 101 and 102. Course will focus on the Intercultural Knowledge and Competence question and count toward the Ethnic Studies requirement. Drop Consent: Department Consent Required. Enrollment Requirements: USP Paired class: See Shopping Cart for paired class. Both classes must be added and checked in your shopping cart before submitting enrollment. Comm 111-019C Enrollment in SOC JUST 102 is not allowed without permission if the student has taken SOC JUST 101. See your Advisor.