The DDHR Graduate Certificate is open to degree-seeking and non-degree seeking graduate students in Anthropology and other departments, programs and colleges. It requires completion of the three core courses (Anthropology of Human Rights, Disasters, and Forensic Science and Human Rights), plus 3 additional electives, for a total of 18 credits.
To obtain the DDHR Certificate, you must be (1) accepted by the Graduate School as either a degree-seeking or non-degree seeking student; and (2) you must fill out an application via the Graduate School to the Certificate program; and (3) be admitted to the Certificate program by the Anthropology department.
Please visit the Graduate School here to access important information about applying for the Graduate Certificate Program. Please visit here to apply for the DDHR Certificate program.
For specific questions about DDHR coursework and requirements, please contact Dr. Tricia Hepner at email@example.com.