- ISHR 2017-2018 Undergraduate Courses
- HRTS UN3001 Introduction to Human Rights
- HRTS UN3190 International Human Rights Law
- HRTS UN3995 Human Rights Senior Seminar
- HRTS UN3996 Human Rights Thesis Seminar
- HRTS GU4215 NGOs and the Human Rights Movement
- HRTS GU4230 Refugees, Forced Migration, and Displacement
- HRTS GU4270 Social Media and Human Rights
- HRTS GR4300 Economic and Social Rights: Policy and Practice
- HRTS GU4500 Socio-Economic Rights:Selected Issues
- HRTS GU4600 Human Rights in the Anthropocene
- HRTS GU4650 Children's Rights Advocacy
- HRTS GU4810 Religion and Human Rights
- HRTS GU4900 UN Human Rights Bodies: Impact, Reform, Advocacy
- HRTS GU4915 Human Rights & Urban Public Space
- HRTS GU4930 International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights
- HRTS GU4950 Human Rights and Human Wrongs
Each semester, the program publishes a list of pre-approved courses that fulfill major or concentration requirements as well as a list of additional courses of potential interest. Courses that are not on the pre-approved list may also be approved for the degree if the student can demonstrate that he or she can complete substantial coursework specifically focusing on human rights in that course.
The following course list is subject to change upon receipt of additional course information. If you would like to suggest an addition or modification to this list, please email relevant course information, including the syllabus if available, to email@example.com.
We try to keep this information as up-to-date as possible, but students should confirm course times and locations with the Directory of Classes or the department offering the course.
Before each semester’s registration period, students should submit an online Course Advising Form in order to confirm that courses of interest will fulfill remaining degree requirements.
For additional information on requirements and course advising, please see the major and concentration requirements pages.
Major - Pre-approved distributional courses
In order to fulfill the distributional requirement of the major, students must take one course in three of these four categories: Politics and History; Culture and Representation; Political Theory and Philosophy; and Social and Economic Processes. Please see the major requirements
for additional information about this program.
The following courses fulfill the distributional requirement of the major. Students wishing to take courses not on this list should refer to course advising procedure mentioned above.
Concentration - Pre-approved courses
All pre-approved distributional courses for the major may be counted towards the concentration.
These are additional courses that may be of interest to human rights students. Courses on this list, as well as others listed on the Directory of Classes, may fulfill degree requirements if the student can demonstrate that he or she can complete substantial coursework specifically focusing on human rights. Students who would like to count one of these courses towards the degree should consult with the program.