The issue of human rights has attracted increased attention around the world. The tri-campus Human Rights minor at the University of Washington provides students the opportunity to learn about the political, philosophical, economic, cultural, and legal aspects of this complex subject.
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The human rights minor is offered at all three University campuses, allowing students to take advantage of the expertise available on the campuses where they are not regularly in residence, although the minor can be completed on any one campus.
Minor Requirements: 25 credits, to include the following:
* The list of core courses and context courses is maintained by the Human Rights Advisory Committee. For the current list of such courses, see depts.washington.edu/hrights/hrminor.html. Note: From time to time, the advisory committee adds, subtracts, or reclassifies courses on the approved list. Students who have planned their studies on the basis of an earlier list may fulfill the requirements of the minor as specified in that earlier list.