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There are dozens of courses for academic credit at Georgetown University that are both about and for social justice. These courses cover a wide range of academic departments and programs and can be found in all of Georgetown’s schools. The CSJ supports students and faculty in integrating social justice research, teaching, and service with classroom learning.
Explore important social justice themes in DC through these community-based learning courses offered for a range of credit hours in every semester. CSJ supports transportation to get you into DC, if needed.
To have a course added to this list, send an email with the title, course number, professor’s name and description of the course to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CBL: Social Action is a 1-credit course through which students integrate academic studies of a course in which they are enrolled with their semester-long community engagement/service experience in DC.
Intersections puts the “learning” in “experiential learning.” Combining experience with sustained reflection and trans-disciplinary content, students in this online summer 1-credit course taught through the CSJ process the intersection and integration of research, learning, and service; reflection and action; the personal and the political; the local and the global; and one’s position in a community and identity as a social actor.
The Program on Justice and Peace (JUPS) is a program of study toward a major or minor in the Georgetown College of Arts and Sciences, a minor in the School of Nursing and Health Studies, the McDonough School of Business, and the School of Foreign Service. JUPS fosters creative and collaborative envisioning to explore complex questions of practical morality and domestic and global politics.
The Program in Education, Inquiry, and Justice (EDIJ) is a six-course minor in the Georgetown College of Arts and Sciences, which students apply to during the spring of their sophomore year. EDIJ embodies the notion that all service and action should flow from contemplation and inquiry, and adds to the lifelong development of Hoyas for Others. For more information on program events and student spotlights, like EDIJ on Facebook.