Justice Education Program The Justice Education Program is a commitment to integrate social justice education and issues into curriculum and into the fabric of the university. The program is an effort to make the work of justice visible at Regis University. Internally, this includes issues of diversity, just wages, and property management. It also includes faculty and staff awareness of social justice issues within the Regis community as well as opportunities for students to explore justice and peace issues in the classroom and the community. Externally, the program includes bringing justice and peace issues to the university and representing Regis in the broader Denver community. Justice Education is evident in all three schools of the university. Each school has a service learning program that is intimately connected with a commitment to exploring social justice issues through service experience. Across the university faculty are offering courses that bring justice themes and case studies into the curriculum. Regis weaves together the commitment to justice, diversity and service. Peace and Justice Studies Regis College offers a major and minor in Peace and Justice Studies. Learn more. Catholic Social Tradition Catholic social tradition is a response to social, economic and political issues within the United States and internationally. Catholic social teaching is rooted in the Christian scriptures and developed primarily through written documents produced by the Popes and Bishops since the late 1800s. Regis University offers undergraduate courses in Catholic social thought in both the School for Professional Studies and the College.