1. Human rights Courses.
According to the bachelor degree of human rights program, you can receive a graduate certificate upon the completion of 24 credits. You have to choose 3 core classes out of 4 in which include “Human Rights Theory and Practice”, “Introduction to the history of human rights thought”, “Contemporary Human right topics” and “international human right law”. Electives can be chosen from humanities, politics, society, law, and technology…etc. wide range of subjects.
2. Human Right Master Degree Program
Students must complete 24 credits and the thesis statement in order to receive the Master Degree in Social Science. 2 out of 3 core class must be selected which include “human rights philosophy topics”, “special topics and research on history of human rights thinking”, “special topics on international human rights law”; required courses include “thesis writing”, “internship or field work” and the “actual thesis”. Electives could be chosen from humanities, politics, society, law, and technology…etc. wide range of subjects.