The Human Service, Health, and Social Justice Track is recommended for students interested in counseling, social work, law, advocacy, public health, public policy, public administration, nonprofit administration, and other related careers. Internships are available to seniors in their spring semester and students will be matched to an internship site based upon their career interests.

Track Requirements (20 credit hours)

Required Core Track Courses

  • SC 111 Introduction to Social Justice
  • SC 273 Public Health & U.S. Society
  • SC 385 Poverty and Welfare in the U.S.
  • SC 475 Internship
  • SC 490 Multicultural Counseling

Electives (At least two of the following courses)

  • SC 225 Sociology of the Family
  • SC 230 Deviant Behavior
  • SC 255 Prejudice and Discrimination
  • SC 275 Family Violence
  • SC 285(W) Aging and Society
  • SC 290 Environmental Sociology
  • SC 292 Global Environmental Issues
  • SC 295 Death and Dying
  • SC 300 Death Penalty
  • SC 310 Health and Illness
  • SC 315 Sexuality and Society
  • SC 320 Sex and Gender
  • SC 330 Social Stratification
  • SC 340 Juvenile Delinquency
  • SC 370(W) Medicine and Culture
  • SC 380(W) Environmental Justice Movements
  • SC 390 Health and Healing in East Asia