Arizona State University

Justice Studies

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The Justice and Social Inquiry PhD examines the trans-disciplinary nature of the intersections between race, culture, gender, sexuality, class and justice. Focused on exploring solutions to the challenges of inequality and inequity in society, students participate in classes and seminars, professional development activities, supervised research activities, and teaching activities. Students are prepared to enter the professoriate, non-profits, or other societal organizations focused on creating equity and equality.

After admission to their degree program, WRGP qualified applicants may apply to the WRGP program by submitting the WICHE WRGP Application Form to ASU’s Graduate Education. The application form (titled WICHE/WRGP Information and Instructions) can be found at: The form specifies where it can be submitted.

For more information on how to apply for the WRGP resident tuition rate for this program, please contact:

For questions about the Justice Studies MS:
Brianna Casillas, M.Ed.
Graduate Programs Student Services Support Coordinator
School of Social Transformation
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Arizona State University
Phone: 480.965.7682

To contact Graduate Education for questions about the WRGP application:
Phone: 480-965-3521

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