Human Rights Minor
Why Consider a Human Rights Minor?
The Human Rights minor will contribute to the development of students as welleducated, active, and engaged citizens through a vibrant learning community. The
minor works off and expands the core values of Western and supplements academic majors in all programs/departments of the university.
The Human Rights minor is a 24-25 credits interdisciplinary plan of study that provides students the opportunity to become familiar with theoretical, historical, and comparative perspectives on human rights. The flexibility of this course of study
complements majors in any of the disciplines in the University.
Interested in learning more about the Minors? Contact us today!
Advisor: Professor Akinrinade
Website: Ray Wolpow Institute
Office Location: Wilson Library 571/572