BA in International Human Rights
Webster's International Human Rights program seeks to encourage greater understanding of international human rights standards, problems, and solutions.
Offered through the University's Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, the program draws from courses in history, politics, international relations, philosophy, English, behavioral and social sciences, religious studies, and communications.
Students interested in the study of human rights and/or careers in human rights and humanitarian support, study, advocacy, and protection, have four program options:
The major in International Human Rights is the most comprehensive and focused option for a student with a keen interest in human rights.
It is especially appropriate for students who are strongly considering careers with human rights and human rights-related agencies, and/or graduate or professional school programs with a strong human rights components. In addition to human rights curriculum, students must acquire intermediate competence in a foreign language.