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Holy Names University 2013-14 Course Catalog

Holy Names University 2013-14 Course Catalog

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Holy Names University's course catalog for the 2013 - 2014 academic year
Holy Names University's course catalog for the 2013 - 2014 academic year

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Intercultural Peace and Justice Studies is a relatively new in-
terdisciplinary feld, with most programs having been estab-
lished over the course of the past decade. Te general focus
the HNU program is to provide students with a theoretical
and practical knowledge of the relationship between peace and
justice, including the history of how various communities have

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2013–2014 COURSE CATALOG

Intercultural Peace and Justice | International Relations | Undergraduate

understood and acted upon these ideas. Moreover, the HNU
Intercultural Peace and Justice Studies program discusses mod-
els and techniques for overcoming injustice and fostering more
peaceful relations, and provides experiential opportunities for
students to use their classroom insights in a feld placement.

Tis program draws heavily on existing regularly ofered courses.
It is based primarily in the disciplines of Religious Studies and
Sociology, though it does allow for student choice by drawing
upon the social justice concerns found in a variety of courses
across the curriculum. It can thus be tailored to ft the specifc
desires of individual students in consultation with their advisor.
Te curriculum attempts to fnd a balance between theory and
praxis, refection and engaged action, by requiring students to
participate in a one semester travel experience or community
service project directly focused on issues of peace and social jus-
tice. Tis major provides preparation for those seeking careers in
law and criminal justice, social work, counseling, mediation and
confict resolution, nonproft management, development and
diplomacy as well as other related felds. It is strongly recom-
mended as a secondary major, done in conjunction with another
major, especially from the Humanities or Social Sciences.

Bachelor of arTs In InTerculTural Peace
and jusTIce sTudIes

Preparation for the Major

IPJS 1

Introduction to Intercultural Peace and
Justice Studies

PSCI 1

Introduction to Political Science

or SOCI 1

Introduction to Sociology

PHIL 2

Logic

PHIL 20 (W)

Moral Choices

Requirements of the Major (27 upper-division units)

COMM 122

Mediation and Confict Resolution

PSYC 140

Social Psychology

or PSYC 143

Group Processes and Communication

RLST 122

Religion, Philosophy, and Human Rights

RLST 165

Temes in Contemporary Teology:
C. Liberation Temes or E. Women’s
Spirituality and Peacemaking
SOCI 102(W) Te Global Perspective
SOCI 165

Racial and Ethnic Issues

or SOCI 169

Power and Powerlessness

IPJS 195

Capstone Course

To meet the 27 upper-division unit requirement, students may
select from other relevant 3 unit courses, such as BIOL 110
Environmental Science, BIOL 120 Natural History of Cali-
fornia, BSAD 151 Business, Government, and Society, HIST
172 African American Experiences, HIST 174 Asian American
Experiences, HIST 177 Latino American Experiences, HIST 179
Indigenous Experiences, LALS 128B Latin American Poetry of
Resistance, LALS 178 History and Culture of El Salvador, PHIL
156 Ethics at Work, RLST 175 World Wisdom Traditions, SOCI
147 Gender Issues. Moreover, if a specifc “concentration” (e.g. in

the environment) is desired, some of these classes may be substi-
tuted for the above with the advisor’s approval.

The Minor

Te minor requires 21 units of coursework from the list of
major courses, and must include IPJS 1 and 195.

Intercultural Peace and Justice Studies Courses

1. Introduction to Peace and Justice Studies (3). Tis course
will examine the diferent understandings and traditions
behind the concepts of peace and justice, as well as the move-
ments which have sought to embody and enact those concepts.
(Also ofered as IPJS 101.)

195. Capstone Course (3). Students as late juniors or seniors,
in consultation with their advisor, will choose either a Travel
Course or a Community Service project to serve as a senior
capstone. Either course will feature a journal of the experience
and a fnal integrative paper tying their experience to what they
have learned in the classroom.

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