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Intergroup Relations and Justice

Program Overview

The minor in Intergroup Relations and Justice develops critical understanding of relations between social identity groups (across dimensions of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ability, and more) and prepares students to effectively communicate, collaborate, and build relationships across these groups.

Program Snapshot

Program Type: Full-Time
Location: On Campus
Program Length: 2 years
Credit Hours: 21

Why This Program & What You'll Learn

Through dialogue-based learning experiences, emphasizing active listening and critical reflection, the minor provides students with critical analysis, problem-solving, and intercultural leadership skills to create a more just and equitable world.

Program Highlights

• Learn to build relationships across difference and effectively lead diverse groups
• Earn an internship as a peer dialogue facilitator
• Collaborate across campus through the Institute for Transformative Dialogue
• Develop critical understanding and skills to foster justice in organizations and communities

Careers & Outcomes

Every field needs people who are skilled at working effectively across differences and fostering inclusive environments. Graduates who earn this minor as a complement to any major will have qualifications to stand out in a wide range of fields.

Career Projected Salary
Community Planner $78,500
Youth Counselor/Worker $30,796
Top Executives $98,980
Social Science Researcher $55,076
Social and Community Service Manager $74,000

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