- This course explores contemporary Catholic-Christian theology and its response to environmetnal and ecological issues . Its syllabus can be found here.
College of St. Catherine/University of St. Thomas School of Social Work
Social Work for Social Justice Resources Guide
- An analysis of social work in Catholic higher education,
- An examination of how social work can be strengthened through integrating the principals of Catholic Social Teaching,
- Learning modules on social policy, human behavior and the social environment, skills for practice, integration across the curriculum, collaborating in agency and community settings, and global connections,
- Resources from Catholic Charities USA on poverty and immigration.
- Tab I- Table of Contents
- Tab II- Acknowledgements
- Tab III- Foundation Documents
- Tab IV- The Call to Justice
- Tab V- Social Work for Social Justice
- Tab VI- Social Policy
- Tab VII- HBSE
- Tab VIII- Skills for Practice
- Tab IX- Across the Curriculum
- Tab X- Agencies and Communities
- Tab XI- Global Connections
- Tab XII- Poverty in America
- Tab XIII- Justice for Newcomers
- Tab XIV- Bibliography
- Tab XV- Contributors
- This course, led by David Coleman, offers a comprehensive overview of CST. Its syllabus is available here
- This course, led by Marie Conn and Martin Molloy, examines the human person and the human condition from the academic disciplines of religion and sociology. It also provides opportunities for first-hand experience. Its syllabus is available here.
- This guide, produced specifically for Santa Clara University, explains how faculty might incorporate a wealth of easily available resources from CRS in their curricula. It can be found here.
- The University of Dayton offers the country's first bachelor's degree in human rights studies, building upon national leadership in the field.
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- This course explores key themes of CST as well as underlying theology and anthropology. Its syllabus can be found here.
- This course explores the range of problems that CST addresses, particularly on the international stage. Its syllabus can be found here.
- This course is designed to expose students to the sights and sounds of poverty in close proximity to their home town. It also includes a 48-hour immersion component which allows each student to meet those affected by poverty. Its syllabus can be found here.
- This course explores the advantages of cultural diversity and promotes an awareness of what the human family has in common. Its syllabus can be found here.
- This course introduces students to Christian perspectives on the use of lethal force from the biblical period to the present day. Its syllabus can be found here.
American Catholic History and Thought at College of Saint Benedict and St. John's University, MN
This course grants students a basic understanding of Roman Catholicism in the United States in order to help them think crticially about the problems and possibilities of its past, present and future. Its syllabus is available here.
Race, Religion, and Social Justice: University of San Diego, CA
This course examines the interrelationship regarding issues of social justice, race and religion in guiding us towards a more just, compassionate and humane society.This syllabus is available here.
Catholic Business Education Project: University of St. Thomas, MN
These courses integrate the Catholic mission of the university into the a business curriculum. Background papers, syllabi, and teaching notes for each of these courses are available here.
Small Christian Communities as a New Model of Church in Africa Today: Tangaza College, Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Africa
This pastorally-oriented course focuses on one particular model for Church - small communities in Africa. The syllabus for this course is available here.