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Minors 8 Programs

Minor

Examine the historical, political, social, economic, and cultural processes and institutions of people across the African diaspora.
Explore environmental issues from a broad perspective of human-environment interactions. You’ll also learn about environmental policy and activism.
Study the global processes that link politics, economics, culture, society, and the environment. You’ll develop the knowledge and tools needed to make sense of and shape the world as a citizen and future global leader.
Learn theory and techniques for helping individuals, families, and communities. You’ll have the opportunity to work with children, adolescents, or adults in a variety of human service settings.
Study the complex forces shaping the political world today with courses that focus on philosophical and psychological viewpoints.
Explore the history, foundations, and approaches to helping in the field of social work within a multicultural society. You’ll develop the skillset needed to make a difference on an individual, community, and global level.
Develop an understanding of the changing social world through a focus on the structure of society and social groups. You’ll also be able to get practical experience through service learning opportunities.
Take classes in the study of women and their experiences from an interdisciplinary, critical, and women-centered perspective.

Masters 3 Programs

Master of Arts

On Campus
On Campus
Gain the expertise you need to promote engagement and understanding across cultures and groups of people within higher education settings.
Low Residency
Low Residency
Deepen your practice of mindfulness and bring its benefits into your professional and personal life. Gain an understanding of the mind-body connection, and discover the science behind contemplative practices. Prepare to help others live more fully.

Master of Social Work (MSW)

On Campus
On Campus
Lesley’s Master of Social Work (MSW) is a distinctive program with a mission of emphasizing social justice, promoting client well-being, and serving and supporting a diverse range of vulnerable individuals, families, and communities.