Prospective WKU Students
Offered through the Center for Citizenship & Social Justice (CCSJ), the minor in Citizenship & Social Justice provides graduates with a foundational understanding of concepts, issues, strategies, and practices of social justice from interdisciplinary and community-based perspectives. Students will engage citizenship and social justice through multiple lenses of critical theory and engagement.
How to apply:
Visit WKU Admissions for information on completing the application for admission to WKU: http://wku.edu/atwku/admissions.php.
During the application process, when choosing your field of study, choose Citizenship & Social Justice (reference number 349).
Once you have been admitted, contact Leah Ashwill WKU CCSJ to set up an advising appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org or 270-745-3218.
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