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  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts in Human Rights
  • Course description
    Human Rights
    B.A. General
    (15.0 credits)

       1. Credits Included in the Major CGPA (7.0 Credits):

       1. 1.0 credit from HUMR 1001 [1.0], FYSM 1104 [1.0], or FYSM 1502 [1.0] (specifically the section on Global Governance and Human Rights), or an approved First-Year Seminar);
       2. 0.5 credit in HUMR 2001;
       3. 0.5 credit from HUMR 2202, LAWS 2105, PHIL 2103, PSCI 3307;
       4. 2.5 credits, comprised of 0.5 credit from each of the five Thematic Groups (see list under Course Categories);
       5. 1.0 credit at the 3000- or 4000-level from Thematic Groups and/or Human Rights Electives (see lists under Course Categories);
       6. 1.5 credits from Thematic groups and/or Human Rights Electives (see lists under Course Categories);

       2. Credits Not Included in the Major CGPA (8.0 Credits):

       7. 8.0 credits in free electives.
    • HUMR 1001 - Introduction to Human Rights
    • HUMR 2001 - Human Rights: Theories and Foundations
    • HUMR 2202 - Power Relations and Human Rights
    • HUMR 2301 - Human Rights and Sexualities
    • HUMR 2401 - Political Repression: Impacts and Responses
    • HUMR 2502 - Social and Political Movements
    • HUMR 3001 - Contemporary Issues in Human Rights
    • HUMR 3202 - Human Rights and Resistance
    • HUMR 3301 - Racialization, Racism and Human Rights
    • HUMR 3302 - Culture, Religion, and Women's Human Rights
    • HUMR 3401 - Histories of Persecution and Genocide
    • HUMR 3402 - Agents of Political Violence
    • HUMR 3501 - Social, Economic and Cultural Rights
    • HUMR 3502 - Corporations and Human Rights
    • HUMR 4201 - Citizenship and Human Rights
    • HUMR 4203 - Special Topic in Critical Principles of Human Rights
    • HUMR 4301 - Sex, Politics, and the State
    • HUMR 4303 - Special Topic in the Identities and Diversities
    • HUMR 4402 - Terror and Human Rights
    • HUMR 4403 - Special Topic in Civil and Political Rights
    • HUMR 4501 - Human Rights and Economic Development
    • HUMR 4503 - Special Topic in Social and Economic Rights
    • HUMR 4905 - Practicum Placement in Human Rights I
    • HUMR 4906 - Practicum Placement in Human Rights II
    • HUMR 4907 - Special Topic in Human Rights
    • HUMR 4908 - Independent Study

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