The Community Action and Social Change minor helps students address social and environmental issues; develop critical knowledge, prepare for careers that contribute to the public good; and collaborate with communities to create a more sustainable, equitable and just world.
To meet the minor requirement, students take the following foundational courses:
- Theory and Practice for Community Action and Social Change
- Community Engaged Research Methodology and Project Design
Potential career paths for a graduate with a Community Action and Social Change minor include, nonprofit or government leadership, community advocacy, law, political science and anywhere where you will work with diverse communities to promote equity and meaningful change.