Students
Prospective undergraduate

In the Forsythe Family Program for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, you can minor in human rights and open up a world of possibilities.

Students in our minor take a total of 18 credit hours from courses in at least two departments. In our interdisciplinary program, that means you can explore human rights topics in fields as diverse as political science and philosophy, sociology and Judaic studies. All of our minors enroll in one of our two capstone opportunities: an experiential learning project or our senior seminar on human rights.

As an HRHA minor, you can also explore the world by studying abroad, conducting research with our faculty and by getting involved in our affiliated student organizations.

See the course catalog for more information.

Undergraduate program

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Let curiosity move you to start your story at the College of Arts and Sciences. With more than 30 majors in the college alone, specialized programs of study to match any interest area, the opportunity for hands-on experience through our nationally acclaimed undergraduate research program and a campus located at the heart of an innovative college city community of more than 250,000 people, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers the ideal Big Ten collegiate experience for students at an affordable cost.

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