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If you’re looking to create social change that is democratic, inclusive and just, you’ve found your home.

At the School of Social Transformation, we bring together students and faculty across academic boundaries to develop real-world problem solvers who turn their passion into action.

As an undergraduate student in our school, you will have the opportunity to study social justice across five interdisciplinary fields. To prepare you for your career, we offer four social science bachelor's degrees, four undergraduate minors and seven bachelor's certificate programs as well as an individualized internship program with 180+ placement opportunities at organizations across the country.

You will graduate with the ability to thrive in any environment, career or pursuit. Our graduates are employed by law firms, domestic violence shelters, advocacy organizations and all levels of government, or go on to graduate studies to become researchers and professors.

Join us and pursue the work you believe in.

The African and African American studies program at ASU has assembled a dynamic faculty engaged in investigating the...

The BA program in Asian Pacific American studies provides an opportunity for students to study the long history and rich...

Justice studies is an innovative social science program examining current social justice issues, such as human rights,...

Justice studies examines current social justice issues through analyzing the legal system, law and culture and how these...

Through coursework and scholarly research students in the BA degree program in women and gender studies gain critical...