The Graduate Certificate in Human Rights Studies allows doctoral students to enrich their disciplinary training through sustained interdisciplinary coursework in human rights and participation in the intellectual life of the Pozen Family Center for Human Rights.
Completion of the certificate will be formally noted by the Registrar on graduate transcripts, offering students an additional credential to advance their professional careers.
The Pozen Center will award the certificate to doctoral students in the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Chicago who complete the following requirements:
(1) A graduate level foundation course in human rights.
(2) At least two additional courses in human rights studies. These could be cross-listed courses or equivalent non-cross-listed courses approved by the Pozen Center Faculty Director.
(3) A major research paper with a substantial human rights component.
(4) Active participation in the intellectual life of the Pozen Center.
To apply for the certificate, please contact:
Mark Philip Bradley, Pozen Center Faculty Director