Interested in studying Social Justice and Human Rights but not yet in a position to up and move to the Metro DC area? Courses focused on race and gender are conveniently offered in person and online, allowing students to complete the program from almost anywhere.
Most online classes are taught synchronously with live class meetings at set times providing personal interaction with instructors. Online courses are available for all students, so if you decide in the future you want to make the move to Metro DC and attend in person you can.
Below is a sample listing of courses that are currently available with an online format.
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Core Courses – 12 credits
Social Justice and Human Rights Theory courses
Choose one of the following:
Social Justice and Human Rights Issues and Movements course
Choose one of the following or others from catalog as available:
Experiential Learning – 3 credits
Emphasis/Electives Courses – 12-15 credits
Chosen from below not already taken to satisfy core requirements or others as available:
Research Methods Course – 3 credits
Chosen from below or others from catalog as available:
Proposal – 3 credit
Project or Thesis – 3 credits (optional)
Select one from the following (Online every semester):