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Social Justice Courses

Fall 2020*

  • AFAM 200 Introduction to African American Studies 
  • AMST 220 Introduction to American Studies 
  • ANTH 100 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 
  • ANTH 115 Anthropology of Race, Class and Gender 
  • ANTH 120 First Nations: Global Indigenous People 
  • ANTH 204 Global Human Issues 
  • ANTH 208 The Lives of Women 
  • ANTH 213 Latin American Peoples and Cultures 
  • COMM 300 Race, Class, Gender in Media 
  • COMM 365 Introduction to Intercultural Communication 
  • CRJU 347 Restorative/Transformative Justice 
  • CRJU 358 Race, Class, Crime and Justice 
  • CRJU 388 Hate Crime 
  • GEOG 151 Human Geography 
  • GEOG 250 Globalization
  • HEAL 205 Foundations of Public Health 
  • HEAL 315 School and Community Health 
  • HEAL 360 Health Care in the U.S. 
  • HEAL 450 Health Promotion Strategies 
  • LIBR 299 Teens and Mental Illness 
  • LTAC 201 Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Studies 
  • PHIL 152 Contemporary Moral Problems 
  • PHIL 153 Ethics 
  • POLI 279 Introduction to Public Administration 
  • PSYC 230 Cultural Psychology 
  • READ 553 Issues in Literacy Education for Social Justice 
  • SCWK 270 Social Work Issues of Diversity and Oppression 
  • SCWK 350 Social Welfare Policy 
  • SCWK 508 Policy II: Policy Advocacy, Development and Analysis 
  • SCWK 572 Social Policy III: Mental and Physical Health Care Policy 
  • SOCI 102 Introduction to Sociology 
  • SOCI 103 Social Problems 
  • SOCI 104 Global Social Problems 
  • SOCI 204 Gender, Sexuality, and Society 
  • SOCI 207 Social Inequality 
  • SOCI 214 Middle Eastern Societies 
  • SOCI 216 Latin American Societies 
  • SPED 203 Cultural Diversity Issues in School and Society 
  • TESL 203 Cultural Issues in Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language 
  • WGSS 240 Critical Perspectives in Women's and Gender Studies 

*Per Infobear as of April 27, 2020

Courses were selected by reviewing course description information and identifying those that either explicitly include social justice topic(s) and/or would likely address social justice in some way. This is a modified list, using Spring 2020 list as a starting point. Descriptions were reviewed using the BSU MRISJ definitions of social justice, which can be reviewed here for further information.

FACULTY - If you are teaching a course in Fall 2020 that you’d like to submit for consideration for this list, or you’d like to suggest an edit to this list, please let us know via a brief survey, or email us at mrisj@bridgew.edu.