Students pursuing the Peace and Justice Studies Minor will gain an understanding of conflict from interpersonal to international contexts, by becoming more aware of their own and others’ identities, cultures and communities.
When selecting electives for the minor, students should keep in mind they may only count one course towards both their major and minor.
Students are required to select electives from at least 2 different departments and programs to achieve the broadest possible perspectives on the conditions that affect the processes of peace and justice.
No more than two courses can be from the same department.
Students may only take one elective that is also a general education course.
At least 2 of the electives must be at the 200-level or above.