Residential Price: $4,998 USD (+ supplemental fees)
Extended Commuter Price: $3,398 USD (+ supplemental fees)
Commuter Price: $2,798 USD (+ supplemental fees)
Session 1: June 19 - July 1, 2022
Session 2: July 3 - July 15, 2022
Sessison 3: July 17 - July 29, 2022
University of California at Berkeley
Are you interested in empowerment and have a desire to affect change to make the world a better place? In this course students will discuss movements related to ethnicity, gender, race, and sexual orientation as well as investigate how these concepts influence human beliefs, perspectives and behaviors. Students will learn to think critically about key social issues and understand how they can truly create a positive change in their own individual world and the world at large.
Topics you'll explore
Students will visit the famed Haight Ashbury district in San Francisco - the heart of the social justice movement in the 60s as well as organizations such as the Catalyst Project or the Justice Matters Institute.
Courses are taught by accomplished and passionate faculty recruited from many area colleges, universities and professional forums. Each faculty member is selected for their subject area expertise and proven ability to both challenge and captivate students. Hands on learning, professionally lead discourse and further analysis of historical events in the social justice movement create the perfect environment for our students to deep dive this career path before college.