University College of Southeast Norway, Norway
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The University College of Southeast Norway in Drammen, Norway, offers a Master of Science program in Human Rights and Multiculturalism. Exploring the topic from local, national, regional and international perspectives, the program provides a solid foundation for work in a number of fields related to human right advocacy, human rights education and human rights policy and law. A 2-year course of study taken full time, the Human Rights and Multiculturalism program starts with a semester of classes that serve as the foundation for the program and include introduction to human rights, human rights and other values, multiculturalism issues with human rights and the politics of recognition. During the second semester, students complete a class in research methodology to prepare for the final requirement of the program–a thesis paper. The second year of the program is devoted to taking high level courses and writing the thesis. To be admitted to the Human Rights and Multiculturalism, applicants must have a bachelor’s degree with at least 90 credit hours of study in fields related to the social sciences. Students must have maintained a minimum grade of a “C” or the equivalent and be able to prove fluency in English.
About the university
The University College of Southeast Norway is a Norwegian state university college, which was established by the King-in-Council on 9 October 2015.
About the location
Drammen is a city in Buskerud County, Norway. The port and river city of Drammen is centrally located in the eastern and most populated part of Norway.