Embrey Human Rights Program

Course Offerings

Courses that contribute to a major or minor in Human Rights

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Required Courses 
Gender and Human Rights Track 
Public Policy and Human Rights Track 
Approved Electives 


 

required

Required Courses

HIST 3301 / HRTS 3301 America’s Dilemma: The Struggle for Human Rights

HRTS 4343 Ethics and Human Rights

PLSC 4334 The Politics and Legacies of the Civil Rights Movement (Civil Rights Pilgrimage required)

WGST 3310 / HRTS 3310 Gender and Human Rights

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gender

Gender and Human Rights Track

ANTH 1321 First Year Seminar in Anthropology
ANTH 2301 Introductory Cultural Anthropology 
ANTH 3310 Gender & Sex Roles:  A Global Perspective
ANTH 3328 Gender Violence
ANTH 3336 Gender & Globalization: Cultural & Ethical Issues
ANTH 3348 Health as a Human Right: Globalization, Health & International Ethics
ANTH 4386 Archaeology of Gender and Sexuality

HIST 3312 Women in American History
HIST 3317 / HRTS 3317 Persecution to Affirmation: Sexual Minorities and Human Rights
HIST 5340 Seminar in American History: Women's Rights in the United States

PLSC 1380 Introduction to International Relations
PLSC 4339 Women in the Law
PLSC 4344 Gender and World Politics

SOCI 3305 Race and Ethnicity in the United States
SOCI 3371 Sociology of Gender
SOCI 4373 Class, Race, and Gender Inequality

WGST 2309 Lesbian and Gay Literature and Film: Minority Discourse and Social Power
WGST 3328 Gender Violence: What Does Culture Have To Do With It?

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public

Public Policy and Human Rights Track

ANTH 1321 First Year Seminar in Anthropology
ANTH 3327 Culture Change and Globalization:  Social Science Perspectives
ANTH 3329 Contesting Development: Global/Local Impacts and Human Rights
ANTH 3333 The Immigrant Experience
ANTH 3336 Gender & Globalization: Cultural & Ethical Issues
ANTH 3348 Health as a Human Right: Globalization, Health & International Ethics
ANTH 3351 Forensic Anthropology: Stories Told by Bones
ANTH 3353 Indians of North America
ANTH 3354 Latin America: People, Places and Power   
ANTH 3358 Indians of the Southwest from the 16th Century to the Present
ANTH 3388 Warfare and Violence:  The Anthropology & Ethics of Human Conflict 
ANTH 4303 Political Economy of Health
ANTH 4309 Human Rights, Indigenous Peoples, and Nation States

ENGL 3383 Literary Executions:  Imagination and Capital Punishment

HIST 2391 Africa to the 19th Century
HIST 2392 Modern Africa
HIST 2395 Modern East Asia
HIST 3304 Blacks and the Civil Rights Movement
HIST 3306 Colony to Empire:  U.S. Diplomacy 1789-1941
HIST 3307 The U.S. and the Cold War, 1945-1989
HIST 3312 Women in American History
HIST 3313 African Americans in the United States, 1607-1877
HIST 3314 African Americans in the United States, 1877-Present
HIST 3317 / HRTS 3317 Persecution to Affirmation: Sexual Minorities and Human Rights
HIST 3322 Native American History
HIST 3341 Soviet/Post-Soviet Society Politics, 1917 - Present
HIST 3371 Conflicts in the Modern Middle East
HIST 3392 African Diaspora:  Literature & History of Black Liberation
HIST 3393 China in Revolution
HIST 3401 The Good Society
HIST 4363 Inside Nazi Germany
HIST 5340 Seminar in American History: Women's Rights in the United States

MNO 3375 Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethical Leadership

PHIL 3371 Social & Political Philosophy
PHIL 3374 Philosophy of Law
PHIL 3377 Animal Rights
PHIL 3380 Ethical Theory

PLSC 1380 Introduction to International Relations
PLSC 3345 Governments and Politics of the Middle East
PLSC 3346 Governments and Politics of Japan

PLSC 3347 Governments and Politics of Africa
PLSC 3348 Governments and Politics of Latin America
PLSC 3352 Governments and Politics of China
PLSC 3358 Governments and Politics of Russia
PLSC 3381 Current Issues in International Politics
PLSC 3383 American Foreign Policy Process
PLSC 4321 Basic Issues in American Democracy
PLSC 4337 Civil Rights
PLSC 4339 Women in the Law
PLSC 4344 Gender and World Politics
PLSC 4381 National Security Policy

SOCI 3305 Race and Ethnicity in the United States
SOCI 3360 Law and Society
SOCI 3363 Crime and Delinquency
SOCI 3370 Minority-Dominant Relations
SOCI 4335 Social Movements
SOCI 4360 Gangs in the United States
SOCI 4364 Correctional Systems

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electives

Approved Electives

ANTH 1321 First Year Seminar in Anthropology
ANTH 2301 Introductory Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 3301 Health, Healing and Ethics: Cross Cultural Perspectives on Sickness and Society
ANTH 3310 Gender and Sex Roles: A Global Perspective
ANTH 3311 Mexico: From Conquest to Cancun
ANTH 3327 Culture Change and Globalization: Social Science Perspectives
ANTH 3328 Gender Violence
ANTH 3329 Contesting Development: Global/Local Impacts and Human Rights
ANTH 3333 The Immigrant Experience
ANTH 3336 Gender and Globalization: Cultural and Ethical Issues
ANTH 3348 Health as a Human Right: Globalization, Health & International Ethics
ANTH 3351 Forensic Anthropology: Stories Told by Bones
ANTH 3353 Indians of North America
ANTH 3354 Latin America: People, Places and Power 
ANTH 3358 Indians of the Southwest From the 16th Century to the Present
ANTH 3388 Warfare and Violence: The Anthropology and Ethics of Human Conflict
ANTH 4303 Political Economy of Health
ANTH 4305 Applied Anthropology
ANTH 4309 Human Rights, Indigenous Peoples and Nation States
ANTH 4386 The Archaeology of Gender and Sexuality

ARHS 1338 Chicano Art and the Politics of Place
ARHS 3310 War, Looting and Collecting of Art in/of the Ancient World
ARHS 3334 The Look of Freedom
ARHS 3388 Why We Go To Auschwitz: Art, Trauma and Memory

ASAG 3315 Art and Social Practice

CCJN 4350 Human Rights and the Journalist

COMM 3302 Ethno-Violence

ENGL 1365 Literature of Minorities
ENGL 3367 Ethical Implications of Children's Literature
ENGL 3377 Literature and the Construction of Homosexuality
ENGL 3383 Literary Executions: Imagination and Capital Punishment

ETST 2301 Race and Ethnicity in the United States

FREN 4376 Introduction to the Francophone World
FREN 5351 Literature of Human Rights: Thinking a Better World

HIST 2301 / HRTS 2301 The History of Human Rights in South Africa 
HIST 2391
 Africa to the 19th Century
HIST 2392 Modern Africa
HIST 2395 Modern East Asia
HIST 3304 Blacks and the Civil Rights Movement
HIST 3306 Colony to Empire: U.S. Diplomacy, 1789–-1941
HIST 3307 The U.S. and the Cold War, 1945–-1989
HIST 3312 Women in American History
HIST 3313 African Americans in the United States, 1607–-1877
HIST 3314 African Americans in the United States, 1877–-Present
HIST 3317 / HRTS 3317 Persecution to Affirmation: Sexual Minorities and Human Rights
HIST 3322 Native American History
HIST 3341 Soviet/Post-Soviet Society and Politics, 1917 to Present
HIST 3363 The Holocaust
HIST 3371 Conflicts in the Modern Middle East
HIST 3377 History of South Africa
HIST 3392 The African Diaspora: Literature and History of Black Liberation
HIST 3393 China in Revolution
HIST 3398 Women in Chinese History
HIST 3401 The Good Society
HIST 4363 Inside Nazi Germany
HIST 5340 Seminar in American History: Women's Rights in the United States

HRTS 3310 Gender and Human Rights
HRTS 3315  Art as Social Practice
HRTS 3320 War, Looting and Collecting of Art in/of the Ancient World
HRTS 3329 Contesting Development: Global/Local Impacts and Human Rights
HRTS 3341 Rwanda Genocide
HRTS 3348 Health as a Human Right
HRTS 3387 Religion and Human Rights
HRTS 4309 Human Rights/Indigenous People
HRTS 4344 Gender in World Politics
HRTS 4349 Why We Go To Auschwitz: Art, Trauma and Memory
HRTS 4380 Natural Security and Human Rights
HRTS 4390 Independent Study (for group tour credit)
HRTS 4391 Independent Study (for group tour credit)
HRTS 4392 Special Topics

MNO 3375 Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethical Leadership
MNO 4371 Leadership and Culture

PHIL 3371 Social and Political Philosophy
PHIL 3372 Liberty
PHIL 3374 Philosophy of Law
PHIL 3377 Animal Rights
PHIL 3380 Ethical Theory

PLSC 1380 Introduction to International Relations
PLSC 3345 Governments and Politics of the Middle East
PLSC 3346 Government and Politics of Japan
PLSC 3347 Governments and Politics of Africa
PLSC 3348 Governments and Politics of Latin America
PLSC 3352 Governments and Politics of China
PLSC 3358 Government and Politics of Russia
PLSC 3381 Current Issues in International Politics
PLSC 3383 The American Foreign Policy Process
PLSC 4321 Basic Issues in American Democracy
PLSC 4334 The Politics and Legacies of the Civil Rights Movement [Civil Rights Pilgrimage required]
PLSC 4337 Civil Rights
PLSC 4339 Women and the Law
PLSC 4344 Gender in World Politics
PLSC 4381 National Security Policy

PSYC 3375 Human Rights and Psychology

RELI 3321 Religion and the Holocaust
RELI 3387 Religion and Human Rights
RELI 3390 A Persistent Prejudice: Anti-Semitism in Western Civilization

SOCI 3301 Health, Healing & Ethics
SOCI 3305 Race and Ethnicity in the United States
SOCI 3350 Ethno-Violence
SOCI 3360 Law and Society
SOCI 3363 Crime and Delinquency
SOCI 3370 Minority-Dominant Relations
SOCI 3371 Sociology of Gender
SOCI 4355 Social Movements
SOCI 4360 Gangs in the United States
SOCI 4364 Correctional Systems

SPAN 3313 Human Rights in Latin America
SPAN 3374 Topics in Spanish-American Civilization
SPAN 5364 Human Rights in Spanish Literature

WGST 2309 Lesbian and Gay Literature and Film: Minority Discourse and Social Power
WGST 3310 Gender and Human Rights
WGST 3328 Gender Violence

WL 3302 Ethno-Violence
WL 3330 Migration, Occupation and Independence in North-African Cinema
WL 3341 Rwanda Genocide
WL 3355 Tradition, Community, and Identity in African Cinema
WL 3362 Postcolonial France
WL 3370 Shadows of Enlightenment

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