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Social Justice

 

Overview

Social Justice involves all people in all societies having equal access to wealth, health, wellbeing, justice, and opportunity.

Studying a Social Justice pathway allows you to delve into the social, cultural, political, historical, and economic issues that relate to this concept in the UK and on a global scale.

Modules

This pathway is an ‘open pathway’ in that it is not set in stone, and you are free to select relevant optional modules from across the University – with guidance from your personal tutor and our Liberal Arts Director of Undergraduate Studies – to suit the aspect of Social Justice that you are exploring. The optional modules listed below represent an illustration of the route which you might take through the pathway, but many other variations are possible.

Please note that module offerings change year to year and so individual modules may vary.

 

Year One

 

 

 

Year Two

An optional intercalated year abroad is available between your second year and final year.

 

 

 

 

Final Year

 

 

 

For more information please visit our study page for 2021 entry.

 

Examples of modules taken on the Social Justice pathway

Student A

Year 2

Sustainability
Liberal Arts core module
30 CATS

Consumption
Liberal Arts core module
30 CATS

States and Markets
Optional module (Politics)
30 CATS

Political Geography
Optional module (Politics)
30 CATS

Student B

Year 2

Sustainability
Liberal Arts core module
30 CATS

Consumption
Liberal Arts core module
30 CATS

Violence, Rights, Justice and Peace
in the Middle East
Optional module (Politics), 15 CATS

Political Sociology
Optional module (Sociology)
15 CATS

Language and Cognition
Optional module (Psychology)
15 CATS

Politics & Culture in the Middle East
Optional module (Politics)
15 CATS

Student C

Year 2

Sustainability
Liberal Arts core module
30 CATS

Consumption
Liberal Arts core module
30 CATS

States and Markets
Optional module (Politics)
30 CATS

Educational Inequalities
Optional module (Sociology)
15 CATS

America in Black and White?
Optional module (History)
15 CATS

 

"The freedom and encouragement to carry out independent research from the first year at Warwick, combined with my core Liberal Arts module ‘Art and Revolution’, inspired and developed my deep interest in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). This experience massively shaped the Social Justice pathway I chose. Focusing on the MENA region, my pathway has allowed me to gain insight into the area from socio-political, economic, psychological, legal, and cultural angles through modules such as ‘Politics and Culture in the Middle East’ and ‘Violence, Rights, Justice, and Peace in the Middle East’.

"I hope to use the knowledge gained on the pathway, and the training I have received in Liberal Arts, to pursue the Warwick Master’s programme Humanitarian Engineering to pursue a career in the Middle East—tackling complex problems such as water scarcity by engineering effective solutions that take into account cultural, geopolitical, and infrastructural influences."

Ceara Webster

Liberal Arts student