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Social Justice, Human Rights and Conflict Transformation Minor
The mission of the Social Justice, Human Rights and Conflict Transformation minor at Biola is to equip students with the unique tools for advocacy that they will need to effectively engage in integral mission marked by both the proclamation and demonstration of the Gospel to the "lost," the "least" and the "last." The minor encourages participants to carefully consider how our proclamation has social consequences and our social involvement has evangelistic consequences.
A Social Justice, Human Rights and Conflict Transformation minor is offered with the completion of 18 credits of approved courses, 12 of which must be upper-division (excluding BBST 465); with an average grade of "C" or better.
|Program-Specific Core Curriculum (GE) Courses|
|Integration Seminar (Must be taken as “Justice, Advocacy and the Kingdom of God,” or see minor advisor for another approved topic.)|
|ANTH 342||Social Justice and Human Rights 1||3|
|ANTH 415||Human Conflict||3|
|Select four courses equaling 12 credits from the following elective list below. A maximum of two courses per discipline.||12|
|General Cultural Anthropology|
|Ethnicity, Identity and Memory|
|Language and Power|
|Race and Ethnicity in American Literature|
|Peoples of Ethnic America|
|Peoples of the World|
|Introduction to International Development|
|Studies in Developing Nations|
|War and Civilization|
|Africa: History, Peoples and Culture|
|Sociology of Gender|
|Ethnic and Minority Groups|
|Social Change in the Developing World|
|Social Inequality: Race, Class and Gender|
|Topics in Social Justice and Human Rights 2|
It is recommended that students minoring in Social Justice, Human Rights and Conflict Transformation take ANTH 342 before taking any other courses in the minor.
May be substituted for any one of the above electives, or courses in other departments cross-listed with it, or a department approved elective.