As an interdisciplinary center, the Pozen Center encourages students from all fields of study to take Human Rights courses to explore critical theories and concepts through distinct disciplines.
Human Rights Curriculum: includes introductory and elective courses for both undergraduate and graduate students, a Human Rights Civilizations Core sequence in the College, and a spring quarter study abroad in Vienna.
Undergraduate Minor in Human Rights: available to any College student. Requirements include one introductory course and four approved electives.
Human Rights Workshop: brings together graduate students and faculty to discuss works in progress from a variety of disciplines.
Graduate Teaching Opportunities: teaching assistantships, internships in the Civilizations core, lectureships for self-designed courses, and co-teaching with faculty.
Graduate Certificate in Human Rights Studies: available to doctoral students with approved human rights coursework and research.
Pozen Human Rights Doctoral Fellows: a year long writing and professionalization experience for University of Chicago doctoral students whose research focuses on human rights.