Social Justice Studies

Are you inspired to work with diverse communities to promote equity and meaningful change? Engage with issues you are passionate about and apply classroom learning to social justice contexts. You can learn a broad background in the histories of various racial and ethnic groups and the contemporary challenges faced by these groups in our society. Social Justice is the basic principle that all members of a society are entitled to equal rights and opportunities, and Social Justice Studies seeks to examine current events and imbalances, particularly as they relate to race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality. You can use these skills as the foundation for a bachelor degree in African-American Studies, American Indian Studies, Asian-American Studies, American Studies, Chicana and Chicano or Mexican American Studies, Comparative Ethnic Studies, Gender or Women’s Studies, and Sociology.

Degrees and Certificates

Title Degrees/Certificates
Social Justice Studies, Chicano Studies ADT Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T)
Social Justice Studies, General ADT Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T)

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