Human Rights Studies
The interdisciplinary minor in Human Rights Studies provides students an opportunity to address issues related to human rights from various disciplinary approaches. The universal nature of human rights issues may directly relate to a major, while in other cases this minor will provide an opportunity for broadening one's exposure to these important topics.
The Human Rights Studies minor requires eighteen semester hours. It is recommended that the required POL 333 course be taken in the sophomore year. Students should consult with the Director of Human Rights Studies to ensure that the courses selected from the elective pool display a significant degree of coherence. Courses taken from this minor may be applied to other minors and to breadth and general education requirements.
For more information, visit the human rights studies program website.
Program requirements can be found in the online Catalog. Simply select the area of study and click "Explore".