This minor provides interdisciplinary instruction in theoretical, comparative, and historical perspectives on human rights through classroom courses, and valuable practical experience in the human rights field through a supervised internship. Fifteen credits at the 2000-level or above are required; at least three credits from Group A (Institutions and Laws or History, Philosophy, and Theory) and three credits from Group B (Applications and Methods); no more than six credits from Group C (Electives); and three credits from Group D (Internship). No more than six credits taken in any one department may be applied to this minor.
Institutions and Laws
History Philosophy and Theory
Group B Applications and Methods
Group C Electives
Any HRTS course numbered 2000 or above; ANTH/HRTS 3028/W, 3153W; ANTH 3150/W; ANTH/WGSS 3350; ARTH/HRTS 3575; DRAM/HEJS/HRTS 2203; ECON 2445/HRTS/WGSS 3445; ECON 2126, 2127, 3473/W; EDCI 2100, 3100; ENGL/HRTS 3619; ENGL 3629; GEOG 3240; HDFS 3251; HIST/AAAS 3531; HIST/WGSS 3562; HIST/HRTS/AFRA 3563; HIST 3100W, 3418, 3570; LLAS/HRTS 3221/HIST 3575; LLAS 3271/POLS 3834; NRE 2600; NURS 3225; PHIL/HRTS 2170W, 3219/W; PHIL 2215/W, 3218; POLS/HRTS 3418/W; 3807; POLS/WGSS 3249; POLS 3672/WGSS 3052; POLS 3211, 3214, 3240, 3255; POLS/ENGR/HRTS 3209; SOCI/AAAS 3222/HRTS 3573; SOCI/HRTS 3421/W, SOCI 2503/W; SOCI/HRTS/AFRA 3505, 3825; WGSS/HRTS 2263; WGSS 2255, 3105, 3257, 3269.
Group D Internship
The minor is offered by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.