Why Study Social Justice?
As a social justice major, you will receive the knowledge to prepare for advocacy and human-rights work within local community organizations and national and international non-governmental organizations like the United Nations. You will develop a strong theoretical understanding of ideas of social justice and participate in real-world learning in the field.
- Our flexible curriculum allows you to customize your major or choose to double-major.
- Our exciting internship programs give you a front-row seat to community-based and nongovernmental organizations. In fact, 100% of social justice majors participate in at least one internship, co-op, fieldwork or practicum as part of their coursework.
- Merrimack’s Social Justice Month lets you exercise your passion for social justice in real and meaningful ways.