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Via Campus Reform:

Merrimack College is offering undergraduates an opportunity to earn a degree in social justice and experience “real-world learning in the field.”

According to the program description, the school “offers majors the chance to turn their passion for change, human rights, and a more just world into a career.”

“As a social justice major, you will receive the knowledge to prepare for advocacy and human-rights work within local community organizations and national and international non-governmental organizations like the United Nations,” the college explains. “You will develop a strong theoretical understanding of ideas of social justice and participate in real-world learning in the field.”

The school also explains that the “flexible program” will allow students to “customize your major or choose to double-major,” and touts “hands-on learning” that students can receive by interning with various organizations.

“Required internship in a community-based organization or non-governmental organization provides hands-on learning,” the college explains.

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