“seeks to build competencies and skills to transform these structures toward a more just society”
What does one do with such a degree besides teach the subject to others?
The Washington Examiner reports:
College to offer masters degree in ‘social justice’
Amidst a growing national debate over whether institutions of higher education are doing enough to prepare students for the workforce, one college in Michigan has begun offering a graduate degree in social justice for the 2018-19 academic year.
Marygrove College in Detroit, Mich., will now offer a Master of Arts in Social Justice to eligible graduate students for the upcoming school year. According to a description of the program, students will be exposed to new ways of reflection and thinking with the overall goal of developing a “more just society.”
“It provides for analysis and reflection in the ways of thinking, including the values, assumptions, and the actions that maintain the economic, political, and cultural structures that shape our lives,” the program description reads. “It also seeks to build competencies and skills to transform these structures toward a more just society.”
The program requires 36 credit hours of coursework, the majority of which appears to be centered on grooming students into becoming liberal crusaders for social justice.
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