The social impact minor addresses social issues such as access to educational, human rights, safety, poverty, economic growth, access to healthcare and climate change, whilst providing real-world, hands-on experience in employing solutions.
Suffolk University’s social impact minor gives students a multidisciplinary methodology to understanding the philosophy and practice of implementing social change. This minor is very hands-on. All required classes envisage students initiate, launch and evaluate a social change effort.
Level: Undergraduate Associate
Language of instruction: English