Women and Justice Minor

The minor in Women & Justice is intended to be an interdisciplinary course of study administered by the Department of Theology.  The minor is designed to provide students a theoretical and practical overview of the study of women and women’s issues in society from the perspective of various disciplines.

The minor requires a total of 21 credits: six (6) required units of study and 15 elective credits.  A minimum of 12 elective credits must be distinct and different from the requirements of the student’s major to complete the minor.

Required courses:
WJST-110Introduction to Women and Justice2
WJST-212Ensure Justice Conference Studies1
WJST-410Research in Women's Studies3
Select two of the following courses:6
Gender Communication
Women in American History
The History of Human Rights
Women in the Books of Samuel
Women in Early Israel
Women in Ministry
Select two of the following courses:6
Social & Psychological Aspects of Aging
Marriage & the Family
Family Violence
Managing Crisis
Class,Race,Ethnicity & Gender
Human Sexuality
Select one of the following courses:3
Human Trafficking
Country Study Abroad: [Topical Area]
Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children
Sex Trafficking
Human Trafficking Survivor Care
Ethics & Human Trafficking
Labor Trafficking
Global Center for Women and Justice Internship
Other pertinent courses may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Total Units21