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2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog 
2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Economics, Social Justice Track, B.A.

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Helzberg School of Management

The Social Justice track prepares students who want to take their study to the service of others whether it is directly, through organizations, or through the development and implementation of relevant policy. This particular mix of courses is foundation for work in non-for-profit or foundation based careers, governmental careers at all levels focused on social policy, faith based careers geared towards the service of others in society, and in firms conforming to the growing trend of for profit organizations creating their own in house justice based arms. Additionally this is ideal for students contemplating further study especially in interdisciplinary fields such as sustainability, development, and peace and justice studies. Finally, this track is ideal for students considering domestic or international volunteer experiences as part of their career formation path.

Required Related Upper-division Coursework:

Students select five of the following courses in consultation with their economics advisor and in consideration of their individualized interests and career aspirations.


Some prerequisites are required for certain upper-division courses and must be taken prior to taking the upper-division courses required for the major.

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