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Justice allows people to live together ethically in community and society. But what is justice? Where does it come from? How is it realized? How is it practiced? This thread invites students and faculty to examine how conceptions of justice are woven through various disciplines, focusing on themes such as community, philosophical, social, criminal, legal, and global justice.

This thread can be 9 or 18 hours.

Students must take at least one course from the 2000 level or above.

Courses in a 9-hour thread must be from a minimum of two departments. Courses in an 18-hour thread must be from a minimum of four departments. 

Select Courses to Meet Thread Requirements  
BUSAD 4600 Business Ethics 3 hours
CRIM 3150 Criminology 4 hours
ENG 2280 Topics in World Literature: Ethics and Justice 4 hours
HIST 2410 Racial Justice in Twentieth Century America 4 hours
IDS 1300 Justice: An Introductory Experience 4 hours
IDS 3310 Experiential Learning - Justice Thread 1-2 hours
IDS 4300 Justice Thread Capstone Experience 4 hours
PHIL 2020 Ethics 4 hours
PHIL 2410 Theories Of Justice 4 hours
POLSC 2100 Social Policy 4 hours
POLSC 2110 Making Social Change: Political Activism and Grassroots Organizing 2 or 4 hours
POLSC 2350 Judicial Politics 4 hours
POLSC 2450 State Politics and Policy 4 hours
POLSC 3210 Constitutional Law 4 hours
RELIG 2250 Religion, Peace and Social Justice 3 hours
SOC 3370 Social Inequality 4 hours