About our Programs
Learn more about the fully online Human Rights Practice programs at the University of Arizona in this short video. We offer a BA, an MA, and several graduate certificates.
See curriculum for the M.A. and the graduate certificate in Human Rights Practice.
See curriculum for the B.A. in Human Rights Practice (major and minor).
Ignite your career in an important and growing field. This program is designed to provide participants with core knowledge, critical perspective and practical skills to advance human rights around the globe.
Learn more about what you can do with a degree in Human Rights Practice.
The Human Rights Practice Program gives students the opportunity to gain core knowledge and make industry connections to support human rights around the globe.
Learn how our students are making a difference in the world.
Katarina Tatomirovic, a graduate student in the Human Rights Practice program at the University of Arizona, shares her experiences with the program in this video. Katarina is a former refugee from Serbia now living in Hawaii. Our fully online format allows students from around the globe to engage with our program.
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B.A. Major and Minor
The Human Rights Practice Program offers a B.A. Program, including both a major and a minor. This fully online degree draws upon the strengths of the established M.A. Program while being tailored to the needs of undergraduates.
The Human Rights Practice Program offers four graduate certificates. In addition to a general Certificate in Human Rights Practice, these fully online programs are focused on: Human Rights and Documentary Media; Human Rights and Technology; and Gender-based Violence.
"One of my favorite things about the program is being able to be in personal contact with these amazing human rights defenders around the world. I'm speaking with them face to face through this online program using amazing software. And that's the coolest thing about this program to me, expanding the network of individuals that hopefully in the future we can all work with to make change in the world." – M.A. student.