To qualify for this certificate, students must take a total of five graduate courses relating to international human rights.
One of the five graduate level courses must be Human Rights (PSCI558) or International Human Rights (LAW759).**
The remaining four courses should be selected from a list of approved perspective offerings Students may petition for two of those four courses outside the pre-approved courses list. A petition form should be submitted to your school’s Certificate advisor prior to the start of the semester.
In accordance with the certificate’s interdisciplinary mission, courses must be taken in at least two of the University’s Schools. No more than three courses can be taken from any one school.
Satisfactory grades (B or better) must be earned in all five courses.
Note: Individual schools may impose additional requirements to qualify for this certificate. Contact your school for details.
** For the 2014-2015 academic year, International Human Rights Post 9/11 (LAW949) may also be applied to this primary course requirement.