Program Information: Justice in the Global System Specialization
This specialization explores political, economic, and social issues relating to global justice. It includes the study of international organizations and law, human rights, North-South relations, and controversies over distribution of resources. This specialization enables students to have a richer understanding of the dynamics concerning international security and conflict resolution. Requirements for specialization.
A minimum of 18 units to include at least nine units selected from History 440, Philosophy 340, 344, Political Science 302, 380, 485, Sociology 450; and an additional nine units selected either from courses listed above or from the following: Africana Studies 472, Anthropology 523, Asian Studies 303, Economics 360, 365, 561, Health and Human Services 350, History 515, 516, Latin American Studies 350, Political Science 334, 406, 430 [or Latin American Studies 430], 507, 565, 577, Public Health 362, Religious Studies 379, Sociology 433, 457, 555, Women’s Studies 310, 530, 580, 581. International Security and Conflict Resolution 450+ can be substituted for a maximum of one three unit course in this specialization with the approval and written consent of the undergraduate adviser.