|NY State Residents: $13,780/year, Non-NY State Residents: $25,570/year
|Applications currently open
The Master of Science (MS) in Human Rights at Binghamton University provides students with the tools they need to change the world.
The Master of Science in Human Rights at Binghamton University offers human rights approaches to a variety of issues including education, health, violence, children, family, poverty, incarceration, immigration, and the political economy.
Students will also develop competencies in community organizing, social innovation and program evaluation as well as professional skills for working in human rights organizations at the local, regional, national and international levels.
The MS in Human Rights is designed for graduates who seek human rights career tracks in a variety of fields including: human rights advocacy in the public and nonprofit sectors; local, regional, national and international human/civil rights positions with governments and nongovernmental organizations; academic careers in related disciplines including law and social sciences; corporate social responsibility, and more.