Social Justice Minor
This minor complements most majors offered at SOU and provides a powerful vehicle for developing the constructive critical perspective on which a liberal arts education is grounded.
The social justice minor is comprised of SOAN courses and one International Studies course. Minors can select two electives from SOAN, EC, GSWS, ARTH and NAS. Taking introductory courses in these subjects would be beneficial in preparing for this minor.
The Social Justice minor consists of five core courses (4 credits each) and two elective courses (4 credits each) for a total of 28 credits.
Minors are required to complete 4 credits of practicum. Students should work closely with a social justice minor advisor as the practicum site needs to be approved before the minor student can proceed.
Become a Professional
Career opportunities for a Sociology and Anthropology degree:
*Median Salary of $45,000
*Based on National Average
SOU Sociology and Anthropology Alumni
Chair of Anthropology at Okanagan College in British Columbia & Co-founder of Radical Action with Migrants in Agriculture (RAMA), a non-profit advocating social justice for migrant and indigenous people.
Southern Oregon Regional Director of Oregon Action, a statewide social justice nonprofit.