Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Reflect on South Africa’s political, economic, social, and cultural landscape from both historical and contemporary perspectives.
- Assess the principles of social justice as applied to the case of South Africa.
- Illustrate social justice issues and challenges in present-day South Africa.
- Investigate the critical topic of social justice in the South African context for the purposes of understanding its relationship to reconciliation, justice, equity, development, and nation-building.
- Apply theoretical principles of social justice with focus on the nature and scope of socioeconomic rights discourses, policies, and rhetoric in South Africa.
- Reflect on the ethics of internship in the context of South Africa.
- Synthesize the internship learning experience in the form of an internship paper and oral presentation.
- Gain practical work experience in the context of social justice in South Africa.
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