About the program
The Masters in Social Responsibility Program is an interdisciplinary program, collaboratively developed by Human relations, Sociology and Women’s Studies. It explores constructive approaches to the pressing issues of equality, resource distribution, work, education, health, safety, survival, and environmental sustainability at the personal, professional and global levels. Specifically Master in Social Responsibility will provide knowledge and skills on the issues of race, gender, class, disability, age, national origin, sexual orientation, species, labor, global human rights, animal rights, the environment and other issues of social responsibility. Students will develop the skills in critical analysis, investigation, research, writing, and socially responsible citizenship.
The study of social responsibility is not founded in any one traditional discipline. Rather it is Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary, spanning every discipline from humanities to social science to education to business, science and technology. This interdisciplinary degree in Social Responsibility will providadue knowledge and skills to persons who wish to respond to these demands. This program is sufficiently broad based to develop and/or enhance professional skills for a wide range of public and private sector positions in education, communications, business, health care, advocacy, government, and international careers. The program, designed for full and part-time students, can be completed by taking evening courses also.
Learn more about the program via this video portrait created by a student of the program.
Social Responsibility: What is social responsibility?
Social Responsibility: Awareness, understanding, leadership, and change
Social Responsibility: Student Learning
Social Responsibility: Student Outcomes I
Social Responsibility: Student Outcomes II