Delivery Area: Augusta
Coordinator: Ellen Taylor (207) 621-3114 email@example.com
An interdisciplinary program which integrates scholarship and practice, the HGHRS minor encourages students to examine genocide and human rights within their historical and cultural contexts, to understand the causes of genocide, and to consider how to create an environment of tolerance in their world.
The program draws upon the resources of and collaborates with other academic institutions, the Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine, community and human rights groups, and state and local government.
Program requirements are nine credits of foundations courses, including a service learning cou4rse or internship, and nine credits of electives.