All History minors are required to take 6 units of lower-division courses and 12 units of upper-division courses selected in consultation with a faculty advisor in History.
Peace and Justice Studies Minor
The minor in Peace and Justice Studies seeks to advance the goals of the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice. Through its programs, the Institute seeks to establish harmony, safety, and hope in a context of mutual respect and fairness in international, national, and local communities. In honoring this mission, the Peace and Justice Studies minor will creatively promote conflict resolution, non-violence, and cross cultural harmony, by introducing students to an integrated, multi-disciplinary program. The minor consists of 18 units, divided among a lower division prerequisite (3 units), upper division distribution requirements (12 units), and a capstone seminar (3 units). Students are required to meet with the Program Coordinator (Dr. Kathryn Statler) to plan a program of study for the minor.
Dr. Kathryn Statler, History Department
Phone: (619) 260-4652
Office: PJ 271