Social Justice and Inequalities Minor

For information, contact the Department of Sociology and Gerontology, 375 Upham Hall, 513-529-2628.

The Minor in Social Justice Studies (SJS) offers a sociologically-based foundation of knowledge and skills to examine the essential connections between social values, structured inequalities, and social change.

Program Requirements

(18-19 semester hours)

SJS/SOC 165Introduction to Social Justice Studies3
SJS/SOC 323Social Justice and Change3
Select one of the following:3
Race and Ethnic Relations
Social Stratification
Select two of the following:6
Sociology of Gender
Work and Occupational Justice
Women and (Dis)ability: Fictions and Contaminations of Identity
Introduction to the Sociology of Globalization
Select one of the following:3-4
Social Forces and Aging
(Dis)Ability Allies: To be or not to be? Developing Identity and Pride from Practice
Globalization, Social Justice and Human Rights (must be preapproved by instructor for Social Justice related content)
Internship in Applied Sociology 1
Total Credit Hours18-19