Total Units Required: 18
Who holds power and how does that power shape the rules that govern our lives? In the Equity, Ethics and Policy minor, you will explore power structures and the ways people can reclaim the power to shape decisions locally, regionally, and nationally. You will examine the ethical complexities involved in balancing the needs and desires of humans in community and develop strategies to reimagine a more equitable world.
Students who are already completing the associated General Education Equity, Ethics, and Policy upper-division Pathway can earn the minor by taking six courses from different GE Areas. Students who complete all courses in the minor will meet the University’s U.S. Diversity (USD) and Global Cultures (GC) requirements, as well as at least one upper-division Writing (W) course.