There are many options all over the world for Social Justice and Social Policy minors to study abroad. Spending time abroad will allow students to gain an understanding of global perspectives and will provide an invaluable learning experience. This page contains information that will assist students in determining how to integrate study abroad into their Brandeis careers.
Sample of Approved Programs with Social Justice and Social Policy Coursework
- Development Studies and Internship in Chiang Mai (MSID) - Chiang Mai, Thailand
- Arava Institute for Environmental Studies - Kibbutz Ketura, Israel
- Earlham College: US-Mexico Border Studies Program - Tucson, Arizona
Visit the Brandeis Approved Programs List to review a comprehensive list of programs that offer Social Justice and Social Policy coursework. Click on "Advanced Search" to filter options or search for unique program traits like internships or research. Additional programs might have acceptable coursework, but this list shows the primary locations where SJSP courses may be available.
Study Abroad LiaisonTo assist students with their academic choices abroad and to help answer any questions about receiving major/minor credit while abroad, each academic department and program has assigned a faculty member to serve as the Study Abroad Liaison. As every department has different policies regarding credit from abroad, the Study Abroad Liaison can assist you with guidance on major/minor credit. Find the Study Abroad Liaison for SJSP here.
Receiving Credit in Social Justice and Social Policy
Students wishing to receive credit in SJSP for coursework done off-campus during the academic year should discuss these plans with the Study Abroad Liaison. All students as part of their application process for either a summer or semester term abroad will be required to have a course proposal reviewed by the department if they wish to receive credit in that major/minor. For the semester, this is an initial conversation and students should continue to discuss plans with the department as they have more course information (syllabi, etc.). For the summer, courses are pre-approved. Upon return, semester students should complete the Petition to Request Substitution for a Requirement form for final and formal review.