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Faith & Social Justice

Live Out Your Faith While Serving Others

Pursue Your Purpose Through One of Three Specialty Tracks

The Faith & Social Justice degree combines your passion for living out your faith with your dedication to serving others. Offering limitless opportunities to engage with your faith, pursue your purpose, and discover the unique way that social justice works itself out in your own life and career, the Bachelor of Arts in Faith & Social Justice focuses on putting faith, theology, and action in conversation with each other as you explore how you may engage the world. Choose from specialty tracks in Advocacy and Activism, Policy and Development or Missions and Ministry.


Next Classes Start: January 5

Format: Hybrid, Full-Term, Some Online

Admissions: Transfer as many as 96 Hours

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Dr. Martha Minardi
Faith & Social Justice Program Advisor
615.460.6977
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Kyle Minardi
ALUMNI PERSPECTIVE: Kyle Minardi, 2018

- Law School, Arizona State University

"I chose the Faith and Social Justice major because I believed God had called me to a kind of ministry that went beyond the walls of a church building. Through the classes I took and discussions I had, I learned that the ways our society treats people are not just political issues, but spiritual and theological issue as well. Through the advocacy and activism track, I was able to intern at the Wind River Native Advocacy Center and help organize efforts for economic development and opportunity for indigenous communities in Wyoming. Those experiences changed my life and broadened my perspective both spiritually and vocationally."


 

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

WHY CHOOSE FAITH & SOCIAL JUSTICE AT BELMONT?

  • Seek a vocation related to helping others, which translates to career opportunities tied to the work of social improvement.
  • Engage the world and get equipped with the knowledge and expertise able to do so professionally.
  • Fulfill prerequisite courses for graduate school.
  • General Education requirements and the Faith & Social Justice course requirements can be fulfilled through our 8-week evening semester classes, full-term daytime or evening classes, some online or a combination of all.
  • Classmates with common goals: your adult student peers, average age 31, are motivated, experienced professionals balancing the demands of family, work and school.

Accreditation

Belmont University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral degrees. Contact the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Belmont University.