Peace, Ethics, and Social Justice minor requirements

Required courses

  • PESJ 218 Peace with Justice—An introduction to peace and justice studies
  • PESJ 401 Senior Project—a project or thesis directed by a faculty member in PESJ
  • Three electives—at least one of which is taken in the Humanities and at least one in the Social Sciences.

Social Sciences

  • ANTH 260 Cultures of the Middle East
  • ANTH 264 Anthropology of Waste and Garbage
  • ANTH 368 Anthropology of Childhood
  • COMM 296 Gender, Language, and Communication
  • COMM 337 Communication Criticism
  • EDST 215 Human Diversity and Exceptionality
  • POLS 150 Global Justice
  • POLS 270 Introduction to International Relations
  • PSYC 323 Psychology of Gender
  • PSYC 334 Social Inequality
  • SOCI 247 Race and Ethnicity
  • SOCI 345 Social Inequality


  • CLAS 240 Labor, Class, and Slavery in Antiquity
  • HIST 230 Labor, Class, and Slavery in Antiquity
  • PHIL/RELG 207 Ethics
  • PHIL/RELG 217 Peace: Philosophical and Religious Approaches
  • PHIL 225 Philosophy and Feminism
  • PHIL 310 Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 340 Africana Philosophy

Transfer Credits:

Across the Core Curriculum and other programs of Monmouth College, most transfer courses are accepted. Departments Chairs have the final determination regarding how transfer credit will be applied to meet major or minor requirements. More information for transfer students is available on our Admission Transfer Credits page.