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Social Justice Courses

Spring 2023

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. Descriptions were reviewed using the BSU MRISJ definitions of social justice, which can be reviewed here for further information.

 

Course Prefix Course No. Course Name Sections
AFAM 200 Introduction to African American Studies
AFAM 399 Topics in African American Studies: Black Freedom Struggles 1
AFAM 520 The Civil Rights Movement Alabama Historic Tour (Travel Course)** 1
AMST 220 Honors: Introduction to American Studies 1
AMST 399 Topics in American Studies: The American City 1
ANTH 100 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 7
ANTH 100 Honors: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 1
ANTH 115 Anthropology of Race, Class and Gender 2
ANTH 120 First Nations: Global Indigenous People 2
ANTH 204 Global Human Issues 2
ANTH 208 The Lives of Women 1
ANTH 213 Anthropology of Latin America 2
ANTH 215 Anthropology of the Caribbean 2
ANTH 216 Anthropology of the Middle East 1
ANTH 216 Honors: Anthropology of the Middle East 1
ANTH 224 Anthropology of Asia 1
ANTH 217 Cross-Cultural Education 1
ANTH 299 2nd Year Seminar: Afro-Latin American Culture 1
ANTH 299 2nd Year Seminar: Cult Education/Labor Movement 1
ARTH 212 Latin American Art and Culture 2
ARTS 298 Honors 2nd Year Seminar: Sustainable Art/Sci 1
ASIA 200 Introduction to Asian Studies 1
BIOL 299 2nd Year Seminar: HIV and Society 2
CHEM 299 2nd Year Seminar: Science and Global Warming 1
CHST 398 Service Learning: Service Learning in Childhood Studies 1
COMM 199 1st Year Seminar: Narrow Gap Law Enforcement and Community 1
COMM 229 Media and Cultural Theory 1
COMM 257 Race and Popular Culture: Food and Film in England - All Majors (Travel Course)** 1
COMM 258 Race and Popular Culture: Food and Film in England - All Majors (Writing Intensive)(Travel Course)** 1
COMM 298 2nd Year Seminar: Era of Climate Crisis 1
COMM 300 Race, Class, and Gender in Media 1
COMM 359 Strategic Communication for Nonprofits 1
COMM 360 Argumentation and Advocacy 1
COMM 430 Topics in Communications: Spike Lee 1
COMM 457 Race and Popular Culture: Food and Film in England (Advanced Travel Course)** 1
COMM 458 Race and Popular Culture: Food and Film in England (Writing Intensive)(Advanced Travel Course)** 1
CRJU 290 Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System 2
CRJU 331 Police, Community and Society 2
CRJU 347 Restorative and Transformative Justice 2
CRJU 358 Race, Class, Crime and Justice 2
CRJU 369 Gender, Crime and Justice 1
CRJU 385 Victimology 2
CRJU 388 Hate Crime 1
CRJU 399 Topics in Criminal Justice: Black Freedom Struggles 1
CRJU 399 Topics in Criminal Justice: Human Trafficking 1
CRJU 399 Topics in Criminal Justice: Mental Health/Corrections 1
CRJU 399 Topics in Criminal Justice: Reproductive Justice 1
CRJU 406 Ethics and the Criminal Justice System 3
CRJU 496 Seminar: Wrongful Convictions 1
DANC 225 African Diaspora Dance 1
DANC 235 African American Presence in Dance 1
EDLE 501 Education Leadership and School Reform 1
EDLE 504 Introduction to Higher Education 1
EDLE 512 Diversity and Social Justice in Higher Education 1
EDLE 579 Education of Diverse Populations 2
EDLE 601 Introduction to Education Leadership and School Reform 1
EDMC 532 Teacher as Leaders: Issues - Advocacy 2
ELED 298 2nd Year Seminar: U.S. History Myth Busters 1
ENGL 235 Topics: Native American Novels 1
ENGL 253 Non-Western Literature 2
ENGL 347 Queer Rhetorics 1
ENGL 496 Seminar: James Baldwin 1
GEOG 151 Human Geography 8
GEOG 151 Honors: Human Geography 1
GEOG 298 2nd Year Seminar: Sustainable Urban Food 1
GEOG 375 South Asia: Diversity and Disparity 1
HEAL 205 Foundations of Public Health 1
HIST 251 African American History 1
HIST 440 Topics in History: Native America New England 1
HIST 465 African American Race and History 1
HIST 496 Seminar: Race/Science in the U.S. 1
LASP 350 Gender, Sexuality, and Politics in Hispanic Cinema 1
LANG 298 2nd Year Seminar: Queer Italy 1
LIBR 299 Teens and Mental Illness 1
LTAC 201 Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Study 1
MGMT 471 Diversity in Organizations 1
MGMT 571 Org. Culture/Work Force Diversity 1
MENA 260 Introduction to Middle East and North Africa Studies 1
MENA 460 Seminar on Middle East and North Africa Studies 1
MUSC 199 1st Year Seminar: Music and Social Issues 1
MUSC 199 1st Year Seminar: Social Justice in Song 1
PHIL 153 Ethics 1
PHIL 214 Philosophy of Race 1
POLI 199 1st Year Seminar: Civic Engagement American Politics 1
POLI 277 American Government: State and Local 1
POLI 279 Introduction to Public Administration 2
POLI 299 2nd Year Seminar: Civility in an Uncivil Time 2
POLI 299 2nd Year Seminar: Diversity/Equity/Inclusion 1
POLI 343 Con Law: Liberty and Equality 1
POLI 369 LGBTQ Politics in America 1
PSYC 215 Service Learning: MARC (Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center) 2
PSYC 230 Cultural Psychology 11
PSYC 230 Cultural Psychology 1
PSYC 462 Psychology of Women 1
SCWK 250 Introduction to Social Welfare 3
SCWK 270 Social Work Issues of Diversity and Oppression 3
SCWK 287 Honors Colloquium: Sustainability and Justice 1
SCWK 320 Human Behavior and the Social Environment I 1
SCWK 321 Human Behavior and the Social Environment II 3
SCWK 350 Social Welfare Policy 2
SCWK 508 Social Policy II: Advocacy/Development/Analysis 1
SCWK 511 Human Behavior in the Social Environment II 5
SCWK 580 Topics in Sociology: Immigration 1
SOCI 102 Introduction to Sociology 9
SOCI 103 Social Problems 3
SOCI 104 Global Social Problems 4
SOCI 199 1st Year Seminar: Sexual Violence/College 1
SOCI 204 Gender, Sexuality, and Society 2
SOCI 207 Social Inequality 3
SOCI 214 Middle Eastern Society 1
SOCI 220 The Developing World 1
SOCI 226 Food and Society 1
SOCI 255 Juvenile Delinquency 1
SOCI 299 2nd Year Seminar: #MeToo: Sexual Violence 1
SOCI 299 2nd Year Seminar: #MeToo: Time's Up 1
SOCI 341 Globalization, Political Economy, Social Change 1
SOCI 391 Seminar: Social Data Analysis 3
SOCI 496 Seminar: Issues in Sociology 2
SPED 199 1st Year Seminar: Sex/Violence/Disability 5
SPED 203 Hidden Gems: A Utopia of Disability Culture, Ruston, Louisiana (Travel Course)** 1
SPED 460 Visual Impairment/Blindness 1
SPED 520 Hidden Gems: A Utopia of Disability Culture, Ruston, Louisiana (Travel Course)** 1
SPED 520 Visual Impairment/Blindness 1
SPED 522 The Inclusion Classroom 1
SUST 101 Sustainability Innovation and Leadership 1
SUST 101 Honors: Sustainability Innovation and Leadership 1
TESL 203 Cultural Issues in Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language 1
WGSS 265 Introduction to LGBTQ Studies

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Per Infobear as of November 1, 2022, last updated November 10, 2022

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