The minor in human rights advocacy is designed to provide students with a basic grounding in human rights theory, practice, and research, and the ability to apply a human rights framework to their professional or academic area of interest. It is an interdisciplinary minor designed for students in any major who are concerned with human rights and want to develop tools for identifying and addressing human rights violations within their chosen profession.
Take 9 credits chosen from the following. At least 3 credits must be at 300-level or above. Select Topics classes can be repeated if they are different topics. Prerequisite requirements may be waved for HRA students at the discretion of the instructor.