|$715 per credit hour
|June 1, 2023
DePaul’s MS in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies is the first graduate refugee studies program in the U.S. The program is designed to provide students with a mix of theory and practical experience to prepare them to assist immigrants, migrants, and refugees worldwide. Students will gain a broad-based understanding of the legal, political, and humanitarian resources necessary to address the issues created by these situations.
The program requires two years to complete and most courses are offered in the evening at the Loop or Lincoln Park campuses. As part of the program, students will take courses in law, history, public health, public service, and international studies. They will also gain extensive hands-on training with agencies and institutions assisting displaced people.