Pursue a minor in social justice

Interested in pursuing a social justice minor (SJUS)? The Social Justice Institute is seeking undergraduate students interested in declaring their minor. The SJUS minor prepares students from across the university to address local, national and global inequities. The curriculum emphasizes the history, theory and practice of social justice work; the distribution of power, resources and opportunities; and appropriate individual and collective remedies for social justice.

Those looking to get started on the curriculum can enroll in SJUS 100—the Introduction to Social Justice course—this coming spring. The course is open to all interested students, even those not planning to pursue the minor.

To learn more about the Social Justice Minor or to meet with a Social Justice Institute advisor, contact the office at 216.368.7568 or socialjustice@case.edu.