University of Arizona: Human Rights Practice online courses

Thu. May. 21, 2020

The University of Arizona: College of Behavioral and Social Sciences offers HUMAN RIGHTS PRACTICE graduate-level program. This graduate-level human right education is cost-effective, action-oriented, and fully online.

Due to given circumstances, anyone around the globe can now take any of  the following two graduate-level courses starting May 19th:

  1. Documenting Human Rights Abuses Through Forensic Anthropology, and / or
  2. Human Rights Crises During COVID-19.

These 7-week courses are taught by leading experts in the filed and the classes will feature interactive lectures, such as guest lecturers and practitioners from around the world. 

Without any pressure of assignments and exams, community members will have control over involvement in the class. In addition, community members will have access to the same material that all Masters students have, including video conferences, movies, reading, and moderated discussion boards.

To learn more about these exciting opportunities, please visit the Human Rights Practice Program website.