As a student in the Justice Studies, BS program, you will focus on five core areas of study: citizenship, migration and human rights; globalization, sustainability and economic justice; law, policy and social change; media, technology and culture; and social identities and communities. Courses will explore a wide-variety of topics including racial justice, genocide, serial killers and the way that media, culture, environment, gender and ethnicity impact justice, and you will be equipped with the analytical, research, communication and problem-solving skills required to excel in today’s job market.
In addition to your degree-specific courses, you will also be required to complete 12 upper division credits in a related area. This must be done in consultation with your academic advisor in the School of Social Transformation. As a student with ASU’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, you must also complete two Science and Society courses, which includes options such as Introduction to Global Health, Technology and Society and Forensic Anthropology.
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