Minor in Social Justice and Community Engagement

Make change in your community

The minor in Social Justice and Community Engagement at Indiana University Kokomo is designed for the student with a big heart and big ideas. The lessons learned in this minor will travel with you and give you the tools you need to affect positive change in your community, across the state, or around the world.

Focused on issues of inequality related to race, class, gender, and sexuality, this minor is designed to provide you with opportunities inside and outside the classroom to discuss theory and policy issues, study particular communities and social issues, and apply your knowledge to specific issues affecting your community.

This program is interdisciplinary, giving you the opportunity to take a rich array of courses spanning the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and providing a boost to your course of study. After completing your 16 credit hours, you’ll engage in a practical, hands-on social justice project in the community.

Ready to begin?

If adding a minor in Social Justice and Community Engagement to your degree sounds like the path for you, please visit our Academic Bulletin to learn more about the courses offered in this program. When you’re ready to take the next step, talk to your advisor to get started!