Peace and Human Rights Minor:
The Peace and Human Rights Studies minor is a fifteen-hour interdisciplinary program compatible with any undergraduate major. The program draws on all disciplines which have peace and human rights components including anthropology, art, business, history, literature, philosophy, political science, sociology and woman’s studies. Students are encouraged to think critically and to broadly explore issues of fundamental significance in today’s world relating to peace and human rights.
The Peace and Human Rights minor consistes of a minimum of 15 credits.
A 400-level Independent Study, in a variety of disciplines, may substitute for PHI 400 only when approved by the Peace and human Rights Coordinator prior to enrolling in the course.
|PHI||200||Peace & Human Rights||3|
|PHI||400||Peace & Human Rights Seminar||3|
Select from the following. Substitutions may be made only with the prior approval of the Coordinator.
|ANT||358||Anthropology of Violence|
|ART||369||African American Art|
|HIS||243||Churches and the Modern Civil Rights Movement|
|HIS||375||History of Japan|
|PSC/WST||326||Politics of Gender, Race, Class and Ethnicity|
|SOC/WST||208||Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Lives|