Gonzaga’s Jesuit, Catholic, Humanistic education will challenge and inspire you.
In Gonzaga's Sociology program we examine how human societies work and the social issues that shape our world today.
Called to a variety of disciplines such as religious studies, sociology, women and gender studies, criminal justice and law, Zags help others to find common ground.
Community members learn that everyone helps create safe learning environments at GU’s forum "School Safety: Shared Responsibility for a Safer Future."
When students demonstrated a need for an academic focus on race and ethnicity, our faculty responded and an interdisciplinary program was born.
For more than 20 years, the Gonzaga Institute for Hate Studies aims to build a just and equitable future.
Understand how to empirically examine human behavior and social interaction across a broad range of academic disciplines, which will help you to resolve differences through the use of critical thinking skills.
In the Catholic, Jesuit and Humanistic traditions, your learning prepares you to work toward a more just world. You’ll cultivate an understanding of what it means to be human, to experience a well-lived life, to find your role in a more humane global community.
Your educational journey expands year by year with these principals of our Core curriculum:
You’ll also uncover the richness of interdisciplinary studies, where courses blend biology and dance, faith and science, politics and literature. All to equip you for the next part of your journey, where purpose and potential evolve.