Core courses:
Take 12 credits from the following:
JSTC 300 Critical Issues in Social Justice
JSTC 320 Service, Activism, and Social Change
JSTC 400 Internship
JSTC 499 Community, Justice, and Sustainability
PHL 210 Ethics for Social Justice

Plus 18 credits in Social Justice and Civic Engagement
One course from each of the following categories (15 credits):

The Arts and Social Change (minimum 1 course)
ART 110 Creative Studio
ART 380 Color & Culture
COE 217HU Revolution: Art and the Radical
COE 244HU Art for a Changing World: Studies in Environmental Art
ENG 360 Global Film
ENG 420
ENG 421 Literature by Women
ENG 422 The Empire Writes Back: Post-Colonial Literature
ENG 423 The Literature of Native America
MSC 202 World Musics

The Environment and Ecology (minimum 1 course)
BIO 203 Conservation Biology
BUS 270 Environmental Management & Policy
COE 273SS Energy Revolutions
ECN 317 Energy and Natural Resource Economics
ENVI 101 Introduction to Environmental Science
JSTC 286

Human Rights, Law, and Politics (minimum 1 course)
COE 215SS Collective Memory Twentieth Century
COE 217SS Revolution: Political Upheaval Since 1900
CRJ 110 Introduction to Criminal Justice
GLB 101 Crossing Borders: Globalization
HIS 126 With Justice for All?
HIS 275 Modern Latin America
HIS 356 Liberty and Justice
HIS 362 Multiculturalism and the American Identity
JSTC 286
LAW316 (or POL-316)
PHL 345 (or POL-345)
POL 375
POL 376 Civic and Political Engagement

Culture, Race, Gender, and Sexuality (minimum 1 course)
BUS 330 Managing Diversity in the Workforce
COE 202HU Gender, Identity, and Literature
COE 237SS Gender in the Social Sciences
COE 242SS Inequality and Well-Being
COE 265HU Queer Identities in Literature and Film
COE 265NS The Science of Sexuality and Desire
COE 265SS Sex and Sexuality in the Social Sciences
COE 269HU Heroes and Victims: Portrayals of Disability in Literature
COE 269NS Biological Foundations of Disabilities
COE 269SS Paths to Inclusivity
FRN 300 Advanced Applied French
GMN 300 Advanced Applied German
HIS 288 Black and White, in Color
IDS 210 Intergroup Dialogue
REL 120 Religious Diversity in America
SOC 210 Social Problems
SOC 226 Women and Gender Issues
SOC 240 Diversity and Intercultural Communication
SPA 365 Global Hot Topics
SPA 385 Latinos in the United States
SPA 390
SPA 400

Economic Justice (minimum 1 course)
BUS 250 Professional Ethics
COE 244SS The Triple Bottom Line: Planet, People, Profit
ECN 316 Environmental Economics
HIS 112 Rigged: The Rise and Decline of the American Middle Class
HIS 241 The American Worker
HIS 252 Topics in Economic History
POL 353 Marx and Marxism

One additional course in any of the above designated areas. Students may also apply 3 credits for an FYE course and /or up to 3 credits for any internship (not included in the Core requirement) that pertain to Social Justice and Civic Engagement broadly conceived.  A maximum of 6 credits from internships (3 in the core and 3 for electives) can be applied to the major.