Ethics and Advocacy Minor

Complex ethical situations are unavoidable in your personal life, professional life, and community, so knowing how to navigate these situations effectively is essential. Hamline's ethics and advocacy minor is one of the only programs in the nation to combine ethical reasoning and advocacy within a shared framework of skills.

With this minor you'll gain the skills to better advocate for ethical and social change within your community—both local and global as well as for social causes and public policies.

The experiences that you will gain from the interdisciplinary courses would complement professions such as public service, law, social justice, health sciences, and media.

Ethics and advocacy minor faculty

The ethics and advocacy minor is an interdisciplinary minor, which means that courses are taught by faculty across a number of departments. You’ll learn about other fields of study and work with faculty outside of your major, including faculty in the following areas:

English and Communication Studies faculty

Philosophy faculty

Social Justice and Social Change faculty

Take your next step today

Interested in ethics and advocacy? We’d love to send you information, including more on academics and student life at Hamline.