Peace and Justice Studies Minor (NYC)

Requirements

Total Required Credits: 15

One Required course: (3 credits)

PJS 101Introduction to Peace and Justice Studies

3 credits

This is a 3‐credit hands‐on, experiential course that introduces students to the field of Peace and Justice Studies. It is offered every semester on the NYC campus.

Electives: (12)

These 12 credits can include either: one 6‐credit approved learning community course plus two 3‐credit courses from the list below, or four 3‐credit courses from the list of approved electives below. Courses must come from at least 2 separate departments/disciplines.

ANT 108Global Culture and Local Identities

3 credits

CRJ 296TTopic: The Criminal Justice System and the Victim

3 credits

CRJ 321Creative Crime Control

3 credits

ECO 310Environmental Economics

3 credits

ENV 111Environmental Studies: Economical, Ethical and Political Perspectives

3 credits

ENV 205Globalization, Trade and the Environment

3 credits

ENV 110Nature and Culture: A Study in Connections

3 credits

ENV 105Social Responsibility and the World of Nature

3 credits

HIS 216History of Human Rights

3 credits

HIS 218Nonviolent Activism in Modern Asia

3 credits

PHI 115Normative Ethics: Contemporary Moral Problems

3 credits

PHI 355Ethical Theories

3 credits

PHI 297AIntroduction to Environmental Philosophy

3 credits

PHI 223Environmental Ethics

3 credits

PJS 203Nonviolence: Theory and Practice

3 credits

PJS 301Humanitarianism and International Aid Work

3 credits

POL 114Introduction to International Relations

3 credits

POL 303Political Workshop

3 credits

POL 247International Law and Human Rights

3 credits

POL 214Revolution or Reform

3 credits

POL 250Gender and Politics

3 credits

POL 297KTopic: Reconciliation and Justice in Post-Conflict Societies

3 credits

POL 325Conflict Analysis

3 credits

SOC 209Ethnic and Racial Minorities

3 credits

SOC 222Gender and Social Changes

3 credits

SOC 227Border Crossing: Immigration and American Society

3 credits

SOC 296BTopic: Social Movements

3 credits

WS 268Men and Masculinities

3 credits

WS 396BTopic: Miniskirts and Headscarves - Gender, Nationality, and Migration in Modern Europe

3 credits

WS 234The Girl Child-A Global Perspective

3 credits

WS 266Gender, Race and Class

3 credits

Learning Communities:

INT 296ETopic: History and Religion of the Middle East: Holy Nationalism

6 credits

INT 297QUnderstanding Community and Diversity: Queer Cultures

6 credits

INT 296Politics and Cultures in South East Asia

6 credits

INT 296Politics and Cultures in South East Asia

6 credits

INT 296Politics and Cultures in South East Asia

6 credits

INT 298The Holocaust and Modern Genocides

6 credits

LAS 230"So Far from God; So Close to Uncle Sam:" Modern Mexico in History and Literature

6 credits

LC “Women, Violence and Resistance”: (6)

WS 266Gender, Race and Class

3 credits

CRJ 298Contemporary Perspectives on Violence

3 credits

LC “Challenge for Democratization”: (6)

HIS 297LTopic: The American Civil War

3 credits

POL 114Introduction to International Relations

3 credits

Total Credit Hours: 15

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