American University of Central Asia - AUCA - Major requirements
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To graduate with Human Rights Concentration on Liberal Arts and Science Major Students must complete following credit requirements:

  1. General Education Courses: 80 credits 
  2. Liberal Arts and Science required Courses: 42 credits 
  3. Human Rights Concentration Courses: 60 credits 
    • Required Courses: 18 credits 
    • Elective Courses: 42 credits 
  4. Electives outside Concentration: 58 credits 

Overall: 240 credits

Human Rights Concentration Courses: 

 

            Required Core Courses

level

credits

1.       Introduction to human rights (HR)

100

6

2.       Politics of Human Rights / Theory and Politics of Human Rights (ICP)

200

6

3.       International Human rights law (IBL)

300

6

Elective Courses  (7 courses, 42 credits )

The list of elective courses may vary each semester. Please consult coordinator of the Human Rights Concentration

 

 

1.    International Humanitarian Law (IBL)

200

6

2.    International Criminal law (IBL)

200

6

3.    Public International Law I (IBL)

200

6

4.    Transnational Human Rights Advocay (HR)

300

6

5.   Democracy in Dark Times (HR/ICP/Law)

300

6

6.    Multicultural Societies: Religious and Social Conflicts in Europe (ES)

300

6

7.    European Union Law and Human Rights (ES)

300

6

8.    Corruption, Development and Good Governance  (Law)

300

3

9.    Civil Society Organizations Law (Law)

300

6

10. Freedom of Speech (HR)

200

6

11. Constitutional Law (Law)

200

6

12. Comparative Law in a changing world (IBL)

300

6

13.Human Rights law and Criminal Justice (HR/IBL)

200

6

14. Child Rights Protection 

15. United Nations efforts for Sustaining Peace

200

3

16.  Cybersecurity and Society (Law/ICP)

200

6

 

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