Saint Louis University

Certificate in Global and Local Social Justice - Power, Society, Culture

Electives

As electives, students may take additional classes in the five required areas, or they may choose from the courses listed below:

AAM 2010   Contemporary Black America
ASTD 3500  Religion and American Culture
CMM 2300   Intergroup Dialogue
CMM 4810   Digital Storytelling
CSDI 3000  Character of Multicultural Populations
IPE 1100    Introduction to Inter-professional Health Care
POLS 3130  Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
POLS 2540  Ethnicity and Internal War
POLS 2010  Politics and Ethics
PUBH 4000 Politics and Public Health Advocacy
PHIL 3430  Philosophy of Law (Pre-requisite PHIL 1050 and PHIL 2050)
PHIL 4810  Philosophy of Feminism (Pre-requisite PHIL 1050 and PHIL 2050)
PHIL 4840  Catholic Social Thought (Pre-requisite PHIL 1050 and PHIL 2050)
PSY 3300   Social Psychology
PSY 4330   Psychology of Oppression
SWRK 5701 Social Justice: Human Liberation and Community Building (seniors only)
SWRK 5703 International Social Work: Mexico/Ghana (seniors only)
THEO 2515 Social Justice
THEO 3510 Faith and Politics
THEO 3515 Poverty, Wealth, and Justice
THEO 4510  War and Peace in the Christian Tradition

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