Public Praxis Pathway

 With a view to fully engaged learning and a commitment to social transformation, the Public Praxis
 Pathway engages students in ethical, political, economic, and religious analysis and critical reflection.

Each Pathway must contain 4 courses covering a minimum of 3 different disciplines. In addition to the courses listed below, Honors and special-topics courses may be used in Pathways if they have been approved for this purpose. See here for a list of Fall 2014 course offerings applicable to Pathways.

  • ECON 103 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECON 104 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON 150 Economics of Social Issues
  • ECON 340 Economic Development: Towards Global Equality *prereqs ECON 103, 104, or 150
  • ENSC 202 Political Process & Environment *cross-listed POSC 202; prereqs POSC 110 & ENSC 101
  • HIST 207 History of the Holocaust
  • HIST 216 Black Political & Social Thought *cross-listed POSC 310
  • HIST 234 African American History
  • PHIL 340 Marx & Marxism
  • POSC 113 International Relations
  • POSC 211 American State & Urban Politics *prereq POSC 110
  • POSC 213 Politics of Human Rights
  • POSC 221 Law & Society *cross-listed PRLG 221 and CRJU 221
  • PSYC 220 Social Psychology *prereq PSYC 101
  • PSYC 222 Community Psychology *prereq PSYC 101
  • REST 225 Global Liberation Theology
  • REST 230 Religion & Politics
  • REST 231 Social Ethics & Economics
  • REST 244 Prison, Praxis, & Prisoners
  • REST 300 Judeo-Christian Scriptures
  • REST 320 Public Praxis I
  • REST 325 Public Praxis II
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 220 Sociology of Religion *prereq SOC 101

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Students may also select one of the non-breadth area courses below for this Pathway:

  • COM 203 Interpersonal Communication *Prereq: sophomore standing
  • MDIA 332 Current Issues in Film *Contingent on course topic

 

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