Undergraduate students of all disciplines are invited to enroll in this 15-credit minor that fosters an understanding of and empathy for residents of all places— especially those outside the scope of more conventional architectural practice.
We embrace a way of thinking—a world view, a set of beliefs—about issues of equity as they relate to the design of the built environment. It is an approach to socio-spatial analysis and design that includes and responds to issues of marginalization, stigma, dignity, and discrimination.
Please see the official course catalog for complete program information. Current students can log in to My BSU for information on upcoming course offerings.
What Can You Do with a Minor in Social and Environmental Justice?
With a minor in social and environmental justice, you’ll get a high return on your investment, and we offer plenty of career-related resources to get you there. Explore career paths