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2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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SWK 1050 - How to Change the World

Credits: 3

Description: Operating from human rights and social justice frameworks, this course is an introduction to how to address some of our most pressing social problems. A range of topics will be covered such as environmental and food justice, healthcare, children's rights, racial justice, immigration, gender, LGBTQ+ rights, criminal justice, poverty, and income inequality. The class will include social science content on theories and methods of social and political change such as political advocacy, activism, research, social movements, and civic engagement. Students will hone their critical thinking skills by studying and posing solutions to our nation's complex social challenges.

Note: Course Revised August 12, 2020

General Studies: Social and Behavioral Sciences

Guaranteed Transfer: GT-SS3

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