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Elective Courses for Civic Leadership for Social Justice

Elective courses must come from at least two different disciplines. Elective courses may meet major, other minor, or University core theme-area requirements. Following is a list of approved elective courses, by discipline:ARHY 218 - Building Faith in the United States - 1, 2, 3

COMM 207 - Exploring Leadership Communication
COMM 330 - Integrated Marketing Communication Functions I
COMM 350 - Communication and Community Relations
COMM 407 - Intercultural Communication
COMM 418W - Conflict Management in Organizations
COMM 426 - Free and Responsible Speech
COMM 445 - Nonprofit Development/Philanthropy Communication

ECON 121W (SJ) - Elements of Economics

HCSM 425 - American Health Care System

HIST 169 (SJ) - Reform and Revolution
HIST 376 - Revolution in Modern Latin America
HIST 387 - Native American History - 1
HIST 399-02 (SJ) - Special Topics: Flatlined: The History of Health Care Politics in the U.S.
HIST 465W - Reform in America
HIST 470W - History of Urban America

HLTS 200 - Disparities in Health Care

IR 348 - Critical Humanitarian Intervention

JMA 240: Media and Society
JMA 471-W: Investigative Reporting
JMA 465-W: Media Ethics
JMA 410: Public Relations Case Studies
JMA 412: Nonprofit Public Relations

LTFL 204 (SL) - Social Justice in Educational Settings

MGMT 451 - Foundations of Leadership

MLXX 275 - Human Rights in Film

OCCT 560 - Sociocultural Systems and Networks

PHIL 207 - Philosophy of Animals
PHIL 255 - Philosophy of Technology
PHIL 256 - Philosophy of Law

POSC 292W - Public Policy
POSC 326W (SJ) - Constitutional Law and Politics: Civil Liberties and Rights
POSC 406W - Social and Public Policy Analysis
POSC 408W - Democracy, Conflict and World Politics
POSC 413W - Human Rights: Politics and Policy
POSC 419W - Ethnic Conflict, Politics and Policy
POSC 424 - Women and Politics

PSYC 453 - Psychology of Gender
PSYC 454 - Psychology of Social and Cultural Diversity
PSYC 455 - Psychology of Peace and Conflict
PSYC 480 (SL) - Psychology of Social Engagement

SOCI 106 (FR) - Social Problems and Social Policy
SOCI 222 (SJ) - Introduction to Peace and Justice
SOCI 318 - Sociology of the City
SOCI 421 - Criminal Justice Policy

SPRG 108 (SL) - Science in Service of Society

THEO 202 (SL) - Christianity and Violence
THEO 246 (SJ) - Contemporary Perspectives on the Common Good
THEO 248 (SL) - Religion and Ecology
THEO 261 (SJ) - Christian Social Ethics

UPNS 114 (SL) - Service-Learning & Health in Communities