Advocacy and Social Change Minor
The mission of Loyola University Chicago calls for all of its members “to make a difference as “persons for others.” The Advocacy and Social Change minor helps students understand how that mission can be carried on through engaged communication while at the University and for the rest of their lives.
Through a course load of 21 Credit Hours, students will gain a deeper understanding of the role of communication in advocating for others and in promoting positive social change.
The skills students acquire from this minor will enrich any course of study. They will also facilitate employment in pro-social areas such as media literacy groups, domestic and international service organizations, Internet start-ups, NGOs and government agencies concerned with social welfare.