Minor in Peace & Justice
Enhance Your Degree
ODU's Peace & Justice minor is an interdisciplinary course of study, grounded in the social sciences, that emphasizes nonviolent solutions to conflict and injustice, strategies for building communities at peace with justice, and reconciliation post conflict.
- Study abroad and service-learning opportunities.
- Individual attention from professors and excellent internship experiences.
- Curriculum includes a strong disciplinary background in sociology and political science.
View course descriptions for pre- and co-requisites,
|PJU 279G CORE: Interpersonal Negotiation & Mediation
|PJU 379B CORE: Peace & Justice: Catholic Social Teachings
|SOC 279B CORE: Non-violent Social Change
|Select one course from the following:
|PJU 497 Internship in Peace and Justice
|POL 360 International Politics
|SOC 379A CORE: Poverty and Development Seminar
|SOC 379B CORE: Global Ethnic Relations
|SOC 379C CORE: Causes of Collective Violence
|Total Credits Required
Each year, members of ODU's Social Justice Club choose to address one or two primary
issues of social injustice in the Columbus community or around the world. Examples
include AIDs awareness, human trafficking, childhood poverty and racism.
The group sponsors speakers and activities on campus such as the Hunger Banquet. They also provide voluntary service in community organizations such as the local Habitat for Humanity Store.
Contact Dr. Julie Hart, faculty advisor, for more information.
Ohio Dominican is just minutes from downtown Columbus, where students have the opportunity
to participate in one or more internships with a variety of companies and organizations. Central
Ohio enjoys a diverse economy with many internship possibilities in the public, private,
and non-profit sectors.
Ohio Dominican's faculty and Career Development Center are eager to help interested students secure relevant internship experiences.
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For more information about adding this minor to your education plan, please contact the Office of Advising & Student Success.Get Started
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