Justice and Social Inquiry

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

The faculty and staff of Justice and Social Inquiry are pleased to offer a variety of opportunities for our Honors students. These activities include internships locally, nationally, and abroad; research apprenticeships with faculty; honors credit in courses and the possibility to complete honors contracts; scholarships; and undergraduate certificate programs in Human Rights, Socio-Legal Studies and Economic Justice.

Any Barrett student who is considering majoring or minoring in Justice Studies should contact the lead FHA.

Faculty Honors Advisors

Christine Holman

Thesis/Creative Projects: 

Honors thesis in Justice and Social Inquiry can take a variety of forms, including qualitative and quantitative research and creative projects. Following Barrett guidelines, we require a two-person thesis committee (the director must be a continuing faculty member at ASU with a terminal degree; the second member can be anyone with sufficient expertise in the thesis topic).

Academic Preparation: 

JUS 484: Internship
JUS 492: Honors Directed Study
JUS 493: Honors Thesis
JUS 497: Honors Colloquium