Peace, Justice, and Intercultural Conflict Transformation Minor

Mission

The mission of the Peace, Justice, and Intercultural Conflict Transformation minor (formerly 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.

Curriculum Requirements

A Peace, Justice, and Intercultural Conflict Transformation minor is offered with the completion of 18 credits of approved courses, with an average grade of "C" or better.

Program Courses
ANTH 342Introduction to Peace and Justice 13
ANTH 415Intercultural Conflict Transformation3
ANTH 470Peace and Justice3
Select one of the following:3
Cultural Anthropology
Economic Anthropology
Select one of the following: 23
Intercultural Competence & Diversity in the Global Workplace
Intercultural Communication
Select one of the following:3
Social Problems
Unequal Justice: Race, Class, Gender and Crime
Social Inequality: Race, Class and Gender
Film, Television, and the Arts: Racial and Gender Issues
Total Credits18