Now Accepting Applications for New Masters of Science Degree in Human Rights, Fall 2019!

The State University of New York (SUNY) System has approved its first ever Masters of Science Degree in Human Rights, at the College of Community and Public Affairs, Binghamton University.

The M.S. in Human Rights will offer professional training for interdisciplinary applied research and practice in human rights, with a focus on community-level engagement. Students will also develop competencies in community organizing, social innovation, and program evaluation. The M.S. offers human rights approaches to a variety of issues, including education, health, violence, children, family, poverty, incarceration, immigration, and the political economy. Students develop professional skills for working in human rights organizations at the local, regional, national, and international levels. Students with a passion for these fields are encouraged to apply.

For additional information, please contact Suzy Lee, M.S. Human Rights Program Director, at suzylee@binghamton.edu or 607.777.9222

We are also looking for a good showing for the prospective graduate students day, so if you could ask your class to attend and also sign up on line to attend the Human Rights section that would be great:

On November 2  CCPA is hosting a prospective graduate student day.  Please announce in your classes that this is an opportunity to hear about the MS in Human Rights.  Students interested in going should sign up  by  going to the link:

Should you need to share the link to register for Prospective Student Day, please direct them to the link below.

https://www.binghamton.edu/ccpa/prospective-gradstudents-day.html


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