Develop strategies for sustainable peace based on support for human rights and justice.
The critical peace, justice and human rights studies minor is an interdisciplinary studies program.
Why Earn Your Minor in Critical Peace, Justice and Human Rights Studies?
Critical peace, justice and human rights studies is a minor that provides an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the complex nature of human rights, justice, peace, and peace building work as well as hands-on experience with local, national, and global human rights organizations. Students in the program develop an awareness that humanity can and must find alternative means to resolve conflict—means that do not include war or violence.
Why Earn Your Minor in Critical Peace, Justice and Human Rights Studies at Adelphi?
- The minor prepares students for a wide variety of advanced study and careers, spanning the fields of law, politics, education, medicine, business, nonprofit management, community development and advocacy.
- The overall focus on social justice and human rights complements Adelphi University’s existing strengths in International Studies, the Levermore Global Scholars Program, and work with the United Nations.
Exceptional Hands-On Learning
Adelphi has forged strong relationships with many influential partner organization. Our proximity to New York City is of significant benefit to making the most of these partnerships with opportunities for experiential learning.
To apply for this program, submit the appropriate application requirements:
Transformative Educational Opportunities
All undergraduate students have the opportunity to apply for the following programs to expand their educational landscape:
Awards & Recognition