Spring 2023 Undergraduate Courses in Human Rights Practice
Fully-online undergrad courses in Human Rights Practice
for Spring 2023
The courses offered by UArizona’s online B.A. program in Human Rights Practice focus not only on theories and debates, but also cover real-world applications, provide opportunities for active community engagement, and include guest lectures by active human rights practitioners.
Spring Session 1: January 11-March 3, 2023
HRTS 200: Introduction to Human Rights-- Covering historical, theoretical, legal, and practical aspects of human rights, as well as working as a practitioner in the field
HRTS 250: Current Issues in Human Rights—Offering a special focus this semester on “Reproductive Rights and Justice after Roe v. Wade” New focus!
HRTS 495a/595a: Human Rights Across Contexts: The Human Rights of LGBT Persons --Reviewing the global toll of homophobia and transphobia and how international human rights institutions and activists can respond.
Spring Session 2: March 13-May 3, 2013
HRTS 300: Human Rights in the United States -- Applying interdisciplinary approaches to reproductive justice, homelessness, mass incarceration, and other issues in the US.
HRTS 305: Human Rights Stories—Exploring -- through journalism, memoir, music videos, and poetry -- the stories of human rights victims, perpetrators, and activists.
HRTS 320: Gender-Based Violence and Human Rights -- Advancing understanding of the legal, medical, and social dimensions of gendered violence. New course!
All courses are available to AZ Online and Global Direct undergraduate students, and also available as an iCourse for Main campus undergraduates. For full course descriptions, please visit: https://humanrightspractice.arizona.edu/ba-human-rights-practice
For more information about the undergraduate courses, majors, and minors of the UArizona Program in Human Rights Practice, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org