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Applications are accepted after the priority deadline on a space available basis
USF offers the country's only master's degree in human rights education, providing a unique opportunity to address social and educational inequities.
Grounded in critical thinking and positive action, this program provides a rigorous human rights education in the classroom and community. You'll graduate prepared to tackle—and to teach about—inequities based on race, class, gender, sexual identity, religion, and nation.
Amy Argenal (with Dr. Monisha Bajaj and Melissa Canlas) started a weekly human rights club for refugee and immigrant high school students in the bay area. They've since co-authored journal articles and presented on their research nationally and internationally.