Designated courses that enable students to develop an understanding of the nature of justice, including the tension between justice and power, as well as the causes of injustice. The focus will be upon the promotion of justice.
Courses designated as Justice may have more learning objectives in addition to those associated with the Core.
Goal: Students will demonstrate an understanding of justice, its relationship to power, and the ways in which causes of injustice may be mitigated and justice promoted.
Objectives: Students will:
- Compare and contrast differing theories of justice, including the ways in which justice has been defined and conceived.
- Describe the factors that are responsible for injustice with particular emphasis upon the relationship of injustice to inequities in the distribution of power.
- Describe the ways in which the factors responsible for injustice might be mitigated in the cause of justice.
Goal: Students will think critically about the factors that create, permit, and/or mitigate the conditions of justice or injustice.
Objectives: Students will:
- Identify how the distribution of power is embedded in institutions, social structures, and/or codes of conduct.
- Critically analyze theories, policies, and practices in so far as they promote either justice or injustice.
- Demonstrate how the conditions of injustice might be mitigated by specific forms of action.
|ABEC 330||Animals, Public Policy, and the Law|
|CLG 213||Greek Philosophers|
|CLS 300||Roman Law and Society|
|CRJ 280||Language for Legal Professions|
|EDU 250||Foundations of Education|
|ENG 215||Disability and Literature|
|ENG 367||Detective Fiction|
|ENT 314||Social Entrepreneurship|
|HIS 201||American Military Institutions|
|HIS 337||History of Globalization|
|HIS 347||History of Marxism|
|HIS 364||Technology in America|
|HIS 390||Civil Rights Movement|
|ISB 302||Sustainability and System Dynamics|
|ISGR 300||Immersion East Side Ignatian Seminar|
|IGSR 302||Jesuits in Argentina|
|ISGR 306||Religion and Culture in the Philippines|
|MAT 150||Math and Politics|
|PHI 261||Philosophy of Law|
|PHI 267||Catholic Social Thought|
|PHI 271||Human Rights Philosophy|
|PHI 272||Gender and Philosophy|
|PHI 273||Race and Philosophy|
|PHI 274||Social and Political Philosophy|
|PHI 286||Latin American Philosophy|
|PHI 305||Contemporary Continental Philosophy|
|PSC 111||Western Political Tradition II|
|PSC 320||American Constitutional Law I|
|PSC 321||American Constitutional Law II|
|RST 234||Christians (En)Countering Injustice|
|RST 235||Religion & Politics|
|RST 341||Catholic Social Ethics|
|RST 353||Seven Signs of Love|
|SOC 270||Intro to Peace and Nonviolence|
|SOC 273||Social Movements and Social Change|